Tag archives: Tribunal

“Too late to have your matter reconsidered,” says the Financial Services Tribunal

On 4 May 2022, the Financial Services Tribunal (Tribunal) dismissed an application for condonation in an application that was filed a year and a day later than the determination, which was the subject of the reconsideration. The grounds for the dismissal were, inter alia, that the pension fund and the respondents would be severely prejudiced. … Continue reading

Tribunal upholds Prudential Authority penalty for unrecorded loan & dividends directive

An October 2021 decision of the Financial Services Tribunal upholding an administrative order, a directive, and a penalty by the Prudential Authority is worth noting.  The Tribunal held there was no basis for successfully challenging the penalty for an intergroup loan arrangement not recorded in writing and for unjustified dividends paid. A small licensed life … Continue reading