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The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) is a Not for Profit Company formed by the four major banks to assist the Banking and Cash in transit companies combat organised bank-related crimes. We aim to be Africa’s trusted financial crime risk information centre leveraging on strategic partnerships. SABRIC is a subsidiary of the Banking Association.

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INDUSTRY PLEASED BY DECREASE IN ASSOCIATED ROBBERIES

The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) on behalf of banking industry has reported a decrease in associated robberies for 2015.   Commenting on the significant decrease, Kalyani Pillay, SABRIC CEO said, “the decrease is attributed to the collective collaborative efforts of not only the banking industry and law enforcement, but of the bank clients who have decided to heed the call to not carry large sums of cash and use alternate methods of banking”

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY FOR 2015

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY FOR 2015 A leader in combatting organised crime in the Banking Industry. SABRIC is a Non Profit Company based in Midrand, established to combat crime in the banking industry. Its key stakeholders are the major banks. Its principle business is to detect, prevent and reduce organised crime in the banking industry through effective public private partnerships.

Tighten social media security settings to avoid social engineering, SABRIC urges

Tighten social media security settings to avoid social engineering, SABRIC urges The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) has warned bank consumers to be wary of social engineers who trick bank customers into divulging personal information that they normally would not disclose.

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