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.


  • 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.

    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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