The General Code of Conduct for the FAIS Act broadly covers conflict of interest and requires that intermediaries disclose to their clients the existence of actual or potential conflicts of interest.  This means any situation in which an intermediary or representative has an interest that may influence the objective performance of his obligations to his client or may prevent an intermediary from rendering an unbiased financial service.

We have adopted and implemented a Conflict of Interest Management Policy to ensure that we comply with the act and we confirm that, in the event that there is a potential conflict of interest in respect of the service rendered or the advice provided, the interest of our client will be accorded priority over our own interests.

A full copy of our Conflict of Interest Management Policy can be obtained from our offices upon written request to