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8 March 2016
Risk Benefit Solutions (RBS), one of the leading financial services advisory firms in southern Africa, has rolled out a QlikView-based analytics solution with partner Decision Inc.
18 January 2016
Johannesburg – The South African insurance industry has witnessed an increasing number of high-net worth individuals (HNWIs) seeking more personalised services and risk management procedures, according to Michael Petersen, CEO of Risk Benefit Solutions (RBS). The New World Wealth Africa Report 2015 revealed that the number of dollar millionaires in South Africa approached 50 000 over the past year, and it is estimated
Protection against theft during the holiday season – YouTube It is once again that time of year when families and businesses have started packing up for holidays or closing for the festive season. As families and businesses start to vacate their homes and premises over the festive season there is often a spike in criminal activities, particularly burglaries, as criminals capitalise on
16 December 2015
The South African rand recently traded at its worst levels since 2012. As a consequence the devaluing Rand is also currently playing havoc with clients insured values and risk exposures. With the Rand collapsing against all major currencies, one needs to consider how best to handle this issue going forward. The Rand is one of several currencies to hit new lows against
27 November 2015
Be vigilant over Christmas, RBS executive warns shopper. As the year draws to a close, shopping malls begin to experience a significant rise in foot traffic as many South Africans and international tourists rush to complete their Christmas shopping. Be vigilant over Christmas, RBS executive warns shoppers. As the year draws to a close, shopping malls begin to experience a significant rise in foot traffic
19 November 2015
South Africa is facing its worst drought in over a decade with food prices set to soar as crop yields fail. The water shortage will also have a significant impact on businesses. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss this is George Davis, Head: Construction and Engineering at Risk Benefit Solutions.
Johannesburg – Businesses need to take heed of the fallout effect the drought will have on them as the impact spreads beyond the agricultural sector. South Africa is in the midst of the worst drought in 23 years and, while rain is predicted soon in some parts of the country, farmers are having to cull 36 percent more cattle than expected, and