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Sasfin is aware that the incidence of suspicious activities like dishonesty, fraud and corruption in the workplace has increased in South Africa, and worldwide.

Because Sasfin is committed to conducting the enterprise with integrity, and according to the highest level of corporate governance, an anonymous e-mail reporting facility has been created, which is available to all employees and stakeholders to help ensure a working environment which is transparent and accountable.

The e-mail reporting facility links directly to the CEO and Group Risk. Suspicious activities may be reported with total anonymity and without fear or prejudice. The provision of personal or contact information is entirely optional.

The Protected Disclosures Act of 2001 also protects employees from being victimised, harassed or dismissed for reporting wrongdoers in the workplace.

Suspicious Activity Report

Personal Information: (the provision of personal or contact information is optional)