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18 June 2014
Nadeson Investments (Pty) Limited, which is led by Hassen Adams, Chairman of Grand Parade Investments – the parent company of Burger King SA – has acquired a 25.1% stake in Risk Benefit Solutions (RBS), one of South Africa’s largest independent insurance and risk specialists, for an undisclosed amount. RBS currently has over 5000 corporate and commercial clients on its books, as well
12 June 2014
Every day, directors of companies are required to make decisions on behalf of the organisation that they represent. Each of these decisions carry with them significant responsibilities and can potentially cause financial or reputational harm to a business and its stakeholders. Simon Colman, Litigations Risk Executive at RBS, points to an example earlier this year which saw an Executive Director of a listed
1 June 2014
The rising occurrence of riots and strikes in South Africa highlights the growing need for local business to protect themselves financially from the possible risks associated with strikes. “Given the challenges in the marketplace due to industrial action, workplace disruption and protests, strikes and riots need to become a permanent part of a business’ risk management plan,” says Risk Benefit Solutions (RBS)
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
4 April 2014
The city of Johannesburg came to a standstill as a result of the heavy rain experienced in the region at the beginning of March, more than double the usual average for the month in less than two weeks. According to John Kerby, Corporate Account Directors at RBS, these erratic weather patterns highlight the need for businesses across the country to implement stringent
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,
8 March 2014
Because it is now a known fact that SA’s national electricity grid is unstable, businesses will struggle to lay the blame on Eskom, should a law suit originate from a power failure, warned Simon Colman, litigations risks executive at RBS. He said Thursday’s electricity outages significantly affected businesses across the country.