Credit act reins in reckless lending

By Staff Writer

Credit act reins in reckless lending 
By Edward West
From Businessday.co.za

SOUTH African banks have been successful in implementing the National Credit Act, but some credit extenders, such as some vehicle financiers and credit card companies, are being watched closely by the National Credit Regulator and may be investigated further.

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