SA Reserve Bank establishes workgroup on regulatory aspects of virtual currencies

17 March 2017

SA Reserve Bank establishes workgroup on regulatory aspects of virtual currencies

At Henley Business School Africa's BankSETA IEDP graduation, Tim Masela, Head, National Payments Systems at the SA Reserve Bank (SARB), said that banks have developed core competencies in the provision of services that are unlikely to be fully provided by smaller fintech companies in the short to medium term.

At Henley Business School Africa's BankSETA IEDP graduation, Tim Masela, Head, National Payments Systems at the SA Reserve Bank (SARB), said that banks have developed core competencies in the provision of services that are unlikely to be fully provided by smaller fintech companies in the short to medium term.

Addressing Henley Africa's BankSETA IEDP executive immersion graduates, who visited banks and fintech companies in Tanzania and London as part of the programme, he said it may be too early to see service provision as separate offerings provided by individual fintech entities on their own and on a large scale.

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