Moxie Wealth Simplified

Moxie is brought to life by more than 30 years experience in the international insurance industry. We use the latest UK technology, that make us 100% cloud-base and paperless. Our distinctive process architecture brings forward the best of what Robo-advice has to offer.

Highlights

  • Fully cloud-based operated insurance platform
  • Latest UK insurance technology from more than 30 years experience
  • Regulated industry, with emphasis on governance, risk and compliance.
  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    What are the laws and regulations governing the company?

    The South African insurance industry is governed by the following laws and regulations: Auditing Profession Act, 2005 (Act No. 26 of 2005); Companies Act, Act no. 71 of 2008; Financial Intelligence Centre Act (38 of 2001); Collective Investment Schemes Control Act (Act 45 of 2002); Credit Rating Services Act (Act 24 of 2012); Financial Advisory and Intermediaries Services Act (FAIS Act)(Act 37 of 2002); Financial Institutions (Protection of Funds) Act (Act 28 of 2001); Financial Markets Act (Act 19 of 2012); Financial Services Board Act (Act 97 of 1990); Financial Services Ombud Schemes Act (Act 37 of 2004); Friendly Societies Act (Act 25 of 1956); Inspection of Financial Institutions Act (Act 80 of 1998); Long-term Insurance Act (Act 52 of 1998); Pension Funds Act, 24 (Act 24 of 1956); Short-term Insurance Act (Act 53 of 1998).

    Moxie Wealth Simplified

    Africa's untapped US$69 billion current and future prospect insurance market. Moxie bridges the current problem of a lack of regulatory harmonisation across countries which constitutes a major obstacle to the growth and regional expansion of African insurance companies.

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