The FSCA announces the resignation of Caroline da Silva

By: Financial Sector Conduct Authority

After a combined seven years of service at the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (having joined the Financial Services Board in 2013) Caroline da Silva, Divisional Executive of Regulatory Policy, has resigned with effect from 31 October 2020. At this stage Caroline has no plans on the next chapter of her career.

The FSCA Commissioner, Advocate Dube Tshidi says: “During her time at the FSCA, Caroline has been an invaluable member of our executive team and played an important role in the transition from the FSB to the FSCA. She was Deputy Registrar of FAIS and Insurance at the FSB, and later headed up both Conduct of Business Supervision and Regulatory Policy within the FSCA until all Executive appointments were made. Some of her responsibilities in the Regulatory policy division have included oversight of regulatory frameworks, Research, and Liaison; as well as the Authority’s consumer education mandate and Fintech. We thank Caroline for her unwavering commitment to the FSCA during her tenure”.

At this stage, we are preparing to take the necessary steps to fill the position, and we will advise once a suitable candidate has been identified.

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