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Documents and information required for the application for Registration as a Credit Provider in terms of Section 40 and 41 of the National Credit Amendment Act, 19 of 2014:

Please note that your application will not be processed and/or considered without the following:

    1. Completed and signed application form (form 2)
    2.  Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) registration document or other official legal registration document.
    3. Copy of the share certificate(s) if applicant is company. Where the shareholder is a natural person, please submit the following documentation:
      • Certified copy of the identity document.
      • Part 7 (disqualification of natural person form)
      • Police clearance certificate not older than six (6) months)
    4. Certified copies of ID/Passports of all members/directors/shareholders/trustees/partners/sole proprietors.
    5. Resolution if applicant is a juristic person (see attached specimen).
    6. A criminal Clearance Certificate for all the all the members/directors/shareholders/trustees/partners or sole proprietors issued by the South African Police Services (SAPS) or other service providers listed in the annexure attached hereto marked A. The clearance certificate must not be older than six (6) months.
    7. Proof of payment of the registration fees:
      • Non-refundable application fee of R550
      • Branch fee of R250 per location or premises at or from which the applicant conducts    registered activities.
      • Initial registration fee as indicated in the table below for each sub-category of registrant
    8. A signed and stamped letter from the bank confirming the applicant’s banking details or a copy of a cancelled blank cheque or a stamped bank statement not older than six (6) months.
    9. Proof of registration with the South African Revenue Services (SARS)

Fee Category

Description

Fee

Category 1

Total principal debt equal or greater than R15 billion

R330 000

Category 2

Total principal debt equal or greater than R5 billion, but less than R15 billion

R190 000 plus 0,001% of the amount by which the total principal debt exceeds R5 billion

Category 3

Total principal debt equal or greater than R1 billion, but less than R5 billion

R70 000 plus 0,003% of the amount by which the total principal debt exceeds R1 billion

Category 4

Total principal debt equal or greater than R100 million, but less than R1 billion

R16 000 plus 0,005% of the amount by which the total principal debt exceeds R100 million

Category 5

Total principal debt equal or greater than R5 million, but less than R100 million

R7 000 plus 0,01% of the amount by which the total principal debt exceeds R5 million

Category 6

Total principal debt equal or greater than R1 million, but less than R5 million

R2 500 plus 0,1% of the amount by which the total principal debt exceeds R1 million

Category 7

Total principal debt equal or greater than R500 000, but less than R1 million

R2 000

Category 8

Total principal debt equal or greater than R250 000, but less than R500 000

R1 500

Category 9

Total principal debt less than R250 000

R1 000

Providers of developmental credit (Section 41)

A registered credit provider, or a credit provider who has applied to be registered in terms of section 40, may apply for supplementary registration as a credit provider in respect of developmental credit agreements if the credit provider-

  • Is a close corporation, company, credit co-operative, trust, statutory entity, mutual bank or    bank.
  • The National credit Regulator may grant supplementary registration to a credit provider only if it concludes that the credit provider has
  • Sufficient human, financial and operational resources to enable it to function efficiently and to effectively carry out its function in terms of the Act, or presents to the National Credit regulator a credible plan to acquire or develop those resources, and
  • Adequate administrative procedures and safeguard to justify the application of statutory exceptions from the Act, or presents to the Nationl Credit regulator a credible plan to credible plan to develop those procedures and safeguards before entering into any developmental credit agreement.

Over and above the requirements set out in Section 41 of the Act, providers of developmental credit are required to submit a motivation outlining the applicant’s ability to provide developmental credit (link to guidelines for developmental credit provider)
(Preliminary Developmental credit guidelines)     

For further information regarding the application process, please contact the Registrations Department at telephone number 011 554 2700 or 0860 627 627

 

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Requirements for registering as a credit provider as per Section 40, 41, and regulation 4 of the National Credit Amendment Act, 19 of 2014:

  • A person must apply for registration as a credit provider if that person is-
    • The party who supplies goods or services under a discount transaction or instalment sale agreement;
    • The party who advances money or credit under a pawn transaction;
    • The party who extends credit under a credit facility;
    • The mortgagee under a mortgage agreement;
    • The lender under a secured loan;
    • The lessor under a lease;
    • The party to whom an assurance or promise is made under a credit guarantee;
    • The party who advances money or credit to another under any other credit agreement; or
    • Any other person who acquires the rights of a credit provider under a credit agreement after it has been entered into.
  • A juristic person or a natural person may apply for registration as a credit provider.
  • A person who is required to be registered as a credit provider, but who is not so registered, must not offer, make available or extend credit, enter into a credit agreement or agree to do any of those things.

Although basic registration of credit providers is under this Act -

  • The Regulator may impose conditions to address matters relating to the purpose of the Act generally;
  • The Regulator will further consider the application relating to BBBEE and combating over-indebtedness concerns specifically; and
  • A credit provider who intends to enter into developmental credit agreements must apply for supplementary registration, and satisfy the requirements for such registration.

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