(An update on) The National Credit Act

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Date: 
Friday, 17 February, 2017 - 09:00 to 16:00

The National Credit Act (NCA) has gone through some major changes recently, primarily related to the test used by credit providers to assess consumer’s ability to afford credit, but also in terms of interest rate ceilings, mandatory training requirements, amended debt collection proceedings, disputes regarding to prescription of debts and so on.

Our one day seminar aims at bringing you up to speed with the amendments to the NCA Act, changes in interest rates, the recent National Credit Tribunal cases and provides a useful comparison between the past position and the current position.

Join us for a one-day seminar on the new National Credit Act

 Who should attend this seminar?

The course is primarily aimed at information officers, in-house legal advisors, compliance officers and attorneys who have some background knowledge of the National Credit Act.

What can you expect?

You will:

·      Know what has changed since the NCA came into force in 2007;

·      Get to know the contentious areas and the arguments from both sides;

·      Have a useful handout setting out the recent amendments and changes.

More information

For more on this please access the Law@Work website here or view the brochure here.

If you would like to attend please download and return the registration form to faldielah.khan@uct.ac.za or fax it to 021 650 5513.