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RFD: Insake : Makelaarseksamen in Afrikaans

26 January 2012 Die Raad op Finansi?le Dienste (RFD)

Die RFD vind dit nodig om ‘n regstelling te doen van sekere bewerings in ‘n berig wat vanoggend in die dagblad BEELD verskyn het. Dit is nie deel van die skikking tussen die RFD en NAIFA dat die RFD enige gedragskode of ander studiemateriaal in Afrikaans

Die skikking het ook slegs betrekking op die vlak 1 regulatoriese eksamen en nie op latere eksamens oor die taal waarvan die RFD nog ‘n besluit sal neem nie.

Soos die RFD voorheen bekend gemaak het, sal die vlak 1 eksamen so gou moontlik in Afrikaans beskikbaar gestel word.

Die datums waarop die eksamen in Afrikaans afgelê sal kan word, sal vooraf aan die bedryf gekommunikeer word. Die datums vir die eksamen vermeld in BEELD is nie datums vir die eksamen nie en is misleidend.

Inligting insake die eksamens sal via die RFD se kommunkasie-sirkulêre aan die bedryf bekend gemaak word, en op sy webtuiste geplaas word, en nie deur middel van die openbare media nie.


Broker Examination in Afrikaans

The FSB would like to make a correction to certain allegations in an article that appeared in the BEELD newspaper on the 25/01/12.

It is not part of the settlement between the FSB and NAIFA that the FSB will translate any code of conduct or other study material in Afrikaans. However, the FSB has decided, independently from the court case, to translate the Exam Guidelines that are currently published on its website, and to also compile a list of terminology relating to the examination.

The settlement is only applicable to the level 1 regulatory examination and not to any subsequent examinations, the language of which the FSB still has to take a decision on.

As the FSB previously announced, the level 1 regulatory examination will be made available in Afrikaans as soon as possible.


The dates on which the Afrikaans examinations may be taken will be communicated by the FSB to the industry in advance. The dates for the examinations listed in the Beeld are incorrect and misleading.

Information regarding the exams will be announced via the FSB communication-circulars to the industry, and posted on our website, and not through the public media.

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