Anybody active in the fiduciary field should be a member of FISA. Trust company employees, attorneys, accountants, financial planners, or anybody else dealing with estate planning, wills, deceased estates, trusts, and beneficiary funds regularly, will benefit from membership.
FISA is a non-profit organisation advancing the interests of fiduciary practitioners and the public through regular contact and co-operation with regulators like the Master of the High Court (MoHC) and SARS, and active engagement in and comment on new legislation.
Resources like articles on technical matters in the industry, relevant court cases, training courses, and other events are available to members. Members are subject to the FISA Code of Ethics and a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme. Members who write and pass an examination can apply for the professional designation Fiduciary Practitioner of South Africa (FPSA®).
If you have three years of work experience in any area in the fiduciary field, join FISA now. Candidate membership requires no experience, but must be converted to full membership once the candidate member has three years applicable experience.
Click on the relevant link below to complete and submit our online application form.
Membership fees for 2021
- Members: R3,530
- Candidate members: R1,765
An Early Bird discount will be offered again for payments reflected in FISA’s bank account by midnight on 31 March 2021. The Early Bird fees are:
- Members: R3,370
- Candidate members: R1,685
New members joining after 1 March 2021 will be informed of the fee payable for the remainder of the year.
Click here to access the FISA Constitution and Regulations