TSA Connect Vol. 8 Issue 16 : Policyholder Protection Rule Changes FAQ’s

We have received a number of queries in relation to the communication that was sent out about the Policyholder Protection Rule changes in our last TSA Connect, and therefore we’re sending out answers to some of the more frequently asked questions What piece of legislation requests the collection of information including members cell phone numbers,… Read More

TSA Mandela Day 2019

TSA Administration celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela Day on 18 July 2019 with the motto #ActionAgainstPoverty. Our #67minutes were spent collectively preparing over 420 sandwiches and individually packaging them. Thereafter, we distributed them at Brookdale Secondary School where a vast majority of learners are part of the Lungisani-Indlela program – an initiative which empowers… Read More

Policyholder Protection Rule Changes

Parts of the amendments to the Policyholder Protection Rules will require insurers to communicate directly with members of group risk schemes in future and in order to assist them in fulfilling this regulatory requirement, TSA has been tasked with making changes to the data that we collect on a monthly basis. In addition to the… Read More

Member Benefit Statements & Schedules – Process Enhancement

Annual member benefit statements and schedules are an important and valuable part of the service we provide.  We are always looking for areas of improvement whilst at the same time making sure we keep to our aim of making insurance personal. With this in mind we have made some enhancements to our system and the… Read More

Core and Flex Cover

Following on from our last issue on compulsory membership, we wanted to provide some more information on core and flex. This type of structure still requires compulsory membership for the core benefit but allows an additional level of death cover, which is voluntary.  This allows an employee to assess their needs and apply for extra cover based… Read More

Compulsory Membership

Recently we have had a number of instances in which the issue of compulsory membership on group schemes has come into question, both at quote stage and unfortunately even later. The principle of compulsory membership exists in order to mitigate the risk of anti-selection against the insurer and it requires that the qualification criteria for… Read More

Direct access to us

We are pleased to inform you that you will now be able to contact people directly at TSA should you know the extension of the person you wish to speak to. All extension numbers will now appear in the signature of TSA staff’s emails but you can see a list of our extension numbers here should… Read More

TSA Complaints Process

In accordance with the FAIS Act (Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act) we have introduced a TSA Complaints Process document, per insurer, which provides the client, broker or member with a better understanding of the process of how a complaint can be directed and who to contact.  We will be sending out these documents going… Read More

TSA Tag Team

In a surprise initiative, two teams were tasked with the revamping our office carpark in the most original of ways. A local graffiti artist, the Creative Yeti (Dylan Smith), guided us through the process of visually expressing our companies six brand values with spray cans, varying levels of confidence and lots of laughter! The thrill… Read More

Key Group Risk Requirements Series – Conclusion

We hope the series showcasing each team’s requirements at each stage in the life cycle of a group scheme has been helpful.  If there’s anything else you would like us to cover, be it on this topic or another, please let us know. Thank you and regards, The TSA Team You’ll find all back issues… Read More

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