Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003)
Financial Sector Charter on Black Economic Empowerment
14. Regulatory issues
|14.1||The regulatory environment and architecture of the sector must promote the empowerment objectives of this charter, ensure appropriate standards of entry, operation and disclosure and facilitate competition.|
|14.2||The parties to this charter agree that, in consultation with Government, the relevant aspects of the regulatory environment which inhibit compliance with the provisions of this charter will be identified and amended to allow for compliance. By the effective date of the charter the specific areas of regulatory review will be defined and attached as an annexure to the charter.|
|14.3||A key principle informing this charter is that of support for community reinvestment. Any legislation aimed at giving effect to community reinvestment or which requires the setting of targets for the financial sector or any part of it should be brought within the framework of this charter.|
|14.4||The charter will be published as a Transformation Charter in terms of the Broad-Based BEE legislation. The Minister of Trade and Industry will be requested to publish a Code of Practice which will give effect to the provisions of paragraph 4.1 1.2.|
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