candidates will attend a structured programme consisting of an
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a leading financial services group, originally established as a life insurance
company in 1918. The Sanlam Group conducts its business through Sanlam Limited,
the corporate head office and four business clusters. The corporate head office
is responsible for the Groups’ centralised functions such as strategic
direction, financial and risk management, marketing and communications, Group
human resources and corporate social investment (CSI). The four business
cluster include; Sanlam ...
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Personal Finance provides clients in the entry, middle, affluent and
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niche financing needs
person will be responsible for assisting with:
maintenance of the compliance process
Compliance risk assessment
and development of compliance risk management plans
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