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The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is a unique independent institution established by statute to ensure a fair and stable financial market where consumers are informed and protected and where those that jeopardise​ the financial wellbeing of consumers are held accountable. Furthermore, the FSCA enhances and supports the integrity of the financial system.

The FSCA has six core divisions namely: the Licensing and Business Centre, Regulatory Policy, Conduct of Business Supervision, Market Integrity, Retirement Funds Supervision, Investigations and Enforcement. We also have specialised support departments such as, Human Resources, Financial Management, Legal, Communications and Language Service, Facilities and Security​, ​​​​​​Governance, ​Risk and Assurance (​GRA)​, Supply Chain Management and Information Communications and Technology, to support the core divisions.

The organisation prides itself in its highly qualified and professional staff compliment. To achieve its legislative mandate and organisational goals, the FSCA acknowledges that employees are its most important assets and as such has developed various strategies to attract, develop, retain and reward them.

We are further committed towards increasing the representation of marginalised groups in line with the Employment Equity Plan, including persons living with disabilities. The following are the various job creation opportunities available in support of the broader national imperatives:​​​



The organisation prides itself in its highly qualified and professional staff compliment.

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Internship Programme

Put your education into practice! Internships at FSCA offer real work experience within a wide variety of business areas.

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Graduate Programmes

The programme gives newly qualified graduates, with no work experience an opportunity to have exposure within the FSCA for a period of 12 months.

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The FSCA has a bursary scheme, which funds learners who are high achievers, and intend pursuing an actuarial sciences discipline.

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