Organisation : Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)
Facility Name : FSCA Credit Rating Services Registration & Login
Country : South Africa
Website : https://www.fsca.co.za/
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How to Register at FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal?
To register at FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal, Follow the below steps.
Related / Similar Facility : FSCA Comments Portal Registration
Step-1 : Go to the link https://www.fsca.co.za/MagicScripts/mgrqispi.dll
Step-2 : Enter the Email Address, Name and Surname.
Step-3 : Click On “Register” Button.
After providing your details above and clicking on “Register”, you will receive an email with instructions to modify your profile
How To Login To FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal?
In order to login to this portal, you need to register as a user. If you have already registered as a user, enter your email address and password above and click on “Logon”. If you are not registered, click on the “Register” button.
To login to FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal, Follow the below steps
Step-1 : Go to the link https://www.fsca.co.za/MagicScripts/mgrqispi.dll?APPNAME=Web&PRGNAME=FSB_Online_Logon&ARGUMENTS=-N7
Step-2 : Enter the Email Address and Password
Step-3 : Click On Logon Button
** Please send any queries to fsca_omni_cbr_comments@ [AT] fsca.co.za
** If you have any enquiries please contact the FSCA call centre – 0800 20 37 22
FAQ On FAIS Credits
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ On FAIS Credits
How many credits do I get for my Matric?
There are no credits for Matric it is a school leaving certificate that is not credit bearing.
I am a financial advisor and would like to find out how many credits do I have?
You can contact the Learning Provider where you studied for the credits and request a statement of credits because they should issue you with a statement reflecting the credits achieved.
I have 30 years’ experience in the industry, how many FAIS credits do I qualify for?
You do not get credits through experience but only through studying a credit bearing skills programme/qualification.
How do I go about obtaining the required credits?
You can contact INSETA on 011 544 2000 and ask them for their accredited training providers you can choose from to study for your credits if it is an insurance related programme you need; you can contact BANKSETA at 011 805 9661 if it is a banking related programme.
I obtained a total of 60 credits for communication unit standards, maths literacy unit standards and financial literacy unit standards; why are these not accepted for FAIS?
Communication, maths literacy and financial literacy unit standards are fundamentals that only work when one is completing a full qualification but as far as meeting the FAIS fit and proper requirements an appropriate skills programme made of core and elective unit standards only is required.
Can you convert the qualification I obtained into credits; the company that offered me employment wants me to have 60 credits?
It is not the FSB primary function to convert qualifications/modules into credits; the only thing that the FSB can do if your qualification meets the 3 appropriate subjects as prescribed on Part IV of Board Notice 105 of 2008 is to recognise your qualification as a FAIS fit and proper qualification that will further be added to the list of recognised qualifications.
Additional Simplified Procedure
To register at the FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal, follow these steps:
1. Go to the FSCA website: https://www.fsca.co.za/
2. Click on the “E-Services” tab.
3. Under “Regulated Entities”, click on “Credit Rating Services”.
4. Click on the “Credit Rating Services Logon” tab.
5. Click on the “Register” button.
6. Enter your personal details, including your name, email address, and phone number.
7. Create a password and confirm it.
8. Click on the “Register” button.
9. You will receive an email from the FSCA to activate your account.
10. Click on the activation link in the email.
11. You will be logged into the Credit Rating Services Portal.
Once you are registered, you can log in to the Credit Rating Services Portal to access the following services:
** Submit credit rating applications and amendments
** View your credit rating applications and amendments
** Pay credit rating fees
** Download credit rating certificates
You must be a registered credit rating agency in South Africa in order to register at the FSCA Credit Rating Services Portal.