Gary Moore BA LL.B. (Witwatersrand) LL.M. (UC London) is a South African lawyer and Senior Researcher at the Free Market Foundation.

Whether expropriation without compensation would violate SA’s treaty or international law obligations

Author: Gary Moore Date: 21 May 2018 Introduction This memorandum investigates whether an amendment of the Constitution to authorise expropriation without compensation would violate South Africa’s obligations under bilateral and multilateral international treaties, and, if so, to what extent. This...Read More

FAIS Act (37 of 2002) – Fit and proper requirements

Author: Gary Moore Date: 20 November 2017 The provisions of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002[1] which provide for the determining of “fit and proper requirements,” and for the granting of exemptions therefrom, violate the Rule of Law....Read More

FAIS Act (37 of 2002) – Debarring representatives

Author: Gary Moore Date: 4 August 2017 The Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002[1] stipulates a person may not act as representative of a financial-services provider by rendering intermediary services or advice on the latter’s behalf to its clients[2]...Read More