As a unified body mandated by the majority of companies in South Africa’s savings and investment industry, ASISA is committed to representing its members in discussions and negotiations with regulators, policy makers and other stakeholders such as intermediaries, the media and consumers. It is also our objective to engage pro-actively with these stakeholders on issues of importance to our industry.
In addition, ASISA offers all its members a forum where issues of mutual interest and concern can be raised and solutions found. The structure of ASISA, through its various Technical Committees, enables members to engage with each other on an equal footing irrespective of size.
The following categories of membership are available:
Qualifying criteria for Voting Membership:
The current minimum fee for Voting Members:
Voting Membership fees are calculated as follows:
The greater of the minimum fee OR a percentage of the Assets under Management (AUM) plus a percentage of the Premium Income (PI). The percentage will be determined by the ASISA board on an annual basis.
Qualifying criteria for Non-Voting (Ordinary) Membership:
Companies regulated by the FSB that offer savings and investment products and manage assets of less than R5-billion.
Non-Voting (Ordinary) Members:
There is currently a minimum fee for Non-Voting (Ordinary) Members:
Membership fees are calculated as follows:
The greater of the minimum fee OR one third of the percentage applicable to Voting-Members on Assets under Management (AUM) plus a percentage of the Premium Income (PI). The percentage will be determined by the ASISA board on an annual basis.
Qualifying criteria and membership fees for Non-Voting (Associate) Members:
Qualifying criteria & Membership fees for Non-Voting (Affiliate) Members: