The General Council is chaired by the CISNA Chairperson who is elected by the General Council every two years, as per the CISNA Rules. In fulfilling the CISNA functions and objectives, the CISNA Chairperson is assisted by the Vice Chairperson and members of the Governance Council.
The General Council is the apex decision-making structure of CISNA that meets annually as per the CISNA Rules to decide on, amongst others, on the following:
The General Council must, as and when required, report to the Committee of Ministers of Finance and Investments through the SADC Secretariat.
Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority
Autorité de Régulation et de Contrôle des Assurances
Democratic Republic of Congo
|Member State||Member Authorities|
1. Angolan Agency for Insurance Regulation and Supervision
2. Capital Markets Commission
3. Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority
|Democratic Republic of Congo|
6. Autorité de Régulation et de Contrôle des Assurances
|Eswatini||8. Financial Services Regulatory Authority|
|Lesotho||9. Central Bank of Lesotho|
|Malawi||10. Reserve Bank of Malawi|
|Mauritius||11. Financial Services Commission|
12. Bank of Mozambique
|Namibia||14. Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority|
|Seychelles||15. Financial Services Authority|
16. Council for Medical Schemes
19. Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority
21. Securities and Exchange Commission
24. Insurance and Pensions Commission
The Committee of Insurance, Securities and Non-Banking Financial Authorities (CISNA) was established in 1998, pursuant to Annexure 10 of the SADC Protocol on Finance and Investment as a committee of authorities responsible for the supervision of insurance, securities, and non-banking financial institutions (NBFI) in SADC Member States. CISNA is part of the Directorate of Finance, Investment and Customs of the SADC Secretariat and reports to the SADC Committee of Ministers of Finance and Investment through the Committee of Senior Treasury Officials.