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Apr 15, 2020

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Arise COVID-19 Support

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global health crisis and a major risk for the world economy, that will inevitably have a significant impact on the African economy as a whole. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to develop globally, Arise is committed to supporting its Partner Banks operations across the African continent through these turbulent times. We are focused on ensuring that our Partner Banks have the necessary support, expertise and technical assistance needed to ensure business continuity, and more importantly, ensure sustainability within each economy our Partner Banks operate within.

To assist our Partner Banks in these challenging times, Arise offers the following support services:

Business Continuity Planning and Execution Guidance – Our team can assist you with any technical assistance,  business support and specialist expertise required. This relates to all facets of your operations from risk and compliance, banking development and investment support to Environmental and Social Governance (ESG).

Digital Banking Challenges – Chat to us. Our team is on hand to assist you with any challenges that you may  experience across any digital platforms.

Credit Management Measures during COVID-19 – The Arise team can assist you to manage your credit risk during this time. Speak to our team for insight on measures that can be implemented to assist customers whilst at the same time managing risk to the bank.

Cyber Security We are at your disposal to assist you with any questions regarding ‘remote working’ security or cyber threats relating to both the bank and the customer. Our team can also help you to enhance your current cyber security initiatives and tap into specialist knowledge networks.

We are confident that we will successfully navigate these challenging times, if we pull together with a singular objective of sustaining the banking sector, in the markets our Partner Banks operate in. By working together, we will do everything to ensure the sustainability of all our financial markets.

Should you require any further business support during this time please contact us via email on info@ariseinvest.com

Click on the following links below for the latest information on this global pandemic:

Africa:

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International:

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South Africa:

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KPMG IFRS 9 Economic Outlook COVID19

 

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