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Cricket School of Excellence – Township Cricket

10 March 2016

RBS Insurance sponsors the Cricket School of Excellence, a wonderful innitiative that started in 1999 by Ryan Maron and has grown from strength to strength. It’s mission is simple: to develop cricketing superstars in a fun environment through cutting edge technical and behavioural training. Have a look at the latest coaching clinic held in Kayalitsha, Cape Town. #HitPovertyforaSix For more information on

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Protection Against Theft During the Holiday Season

18 January 2016

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

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How Water Shedding Hurts SA Businesses

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.

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Here’s What You Need to Know About the Soon to be Implemented Protection of Personal Information Act

29 September 2015

In South Africa, the soon-to-be implemented Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act requires local businesses to realise the importance of not only compliance to the Act, but also have financial cover in place should they fall victim to a cyber-attack. This expert says the POPI Act is going to revolutionise how organisations manage personal information and data. WATCH.  

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Damages to Assets from Load Shedding no Longer ‘Insurable Events’ – Expert

8 June 2015

Because load-shedding has become a daily occurrence in South Africa, loss and damages to businesses as a result of power outages are often no longer “insurable events”, as the cause of damage is no longer unforeseen. Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath speaks to George Davis at Risk Benefit Solutions who says that in light of this, businesses need to review their risk management policies to ensure

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Interview Featuring Team RBS at Epic

23 March 2015

Watch Video: While excelling on the course seems effortless for women cyclists at the 12th Absa Cape Epic currently underway, juggling a mountain biking career with motherhood and family is a daily struggle for many of them. Multiple World Champion cyclist Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå, who is taking place in the Cape Epic for the first time, says a balanced life is all

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Insurance Saving Tips

6 August 2014

According to John Kerby, Corporate Accounts Director of Risk Benefit Solutions insurance policies are often one of the costs that businesses and consumers look to cut. This is due to the incorrect view that insurance may not be a vital cost necessary for the business to operate. He joins CNBC Africa for more.

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Nadeson Investments Buys 25.1% Stake of RBS (CNBC)

28 June 2014

Nadeson Investments has acquired a 25.1 per cent stake in Risk Benefit Solutions for an undisclosed amount. The country’s largest independent insurance and risk specialists have over 5,000 corporate clients as well as 10,000 personal lines clients. Nadeson is owned by Grand Parade Investments Chairman Hassen Adams. Joining CNBC Africa to give more detail is Michael Petersen, CEO of Risk Benefit Solutions.

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How Companies Can Protect Themselves from Litigation

13 May 2014

Every day, directors of companies make decisions on behalf of the organisations that they represent. These decisions carry with them significant responsibilities and can potentially cause financial or reputational harm to a business. Simon Colman is a litigations risk executive at RBS. He draws on an incident this year, which saw an executive director of a listed south african company become publicly

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Impact of Flood Damages on Business and Consumers

13 March 2014

The South African Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the rest of the week in certain parts of the country. This as camps at the Kruger National Park’s remain closed due to continuing floods in the area. Consumers have been hit hard due to damage on property. To take this discussion further CNBC Africa is joined by by Christelle Fourie,

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