Specialised Liability Insurance and Surety Products

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Our Purpose

Our purpose is to challenge the status quo of insurance for the benefit of all our clients. Our aim is to shed light on a topic that has traditionally been somewhat obscure, to the detriment of all working professionals in South Africa.

Liability insurance has historically been dominated by large insurers, with very little transparency in terms of how products work and why professionals need the cover they are sold. Corporate ‘bullying’ has been a recurring theme through the decades, leading to professionals paying for insurance they don’t need, or ‘sticking with the tried and tested provider’ out of fear for choosing something else and in turn paying too much for indemnity cover. Our goal is to challenge this status quo and in turn, to allow professionals to be comfortable with the cover they have, to pay only for what they need, and to focus on their profession.

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What We Do

Shackleton Risk Management, a valued member of the Shackleton Group of Companies, is an authorized Financial services provider, specializing in the provision of liability insurance and surety products across a broad spectrum of professionals and alike

Professional Indemnity & Surety Bonds

With consultants in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth, as well as representation in Grahamstown, Kimberley and Mbatho, Shackleton Risk Management offers efficient, effective and personal service in all regions.

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Unethical Liquidation Practises In South Africa

It is no secret that historically and up and until now ‘some’ liquidators, banks and auction houses have resorted to unethical, fraudulent or corrupt business practices in order to generate benefits from liquidations.  One of these methods include the use of the “kickback” payment scheme which is an illegal payment intended as compensation for preferential treatment or…

Deregistration of Trusts

Trust registration Trusts must be registered with the Master in whose area of jurisdiction the greatest portion of the trust assets are situated. If more than one Master has jurisdiction over the trust assets, the Master in whose office the trust was first registered will continue to have jurisdiction. What does the Trust Property Control…

Where must deceased estates be reported?

Wherever the deceased was living in the Republic of South Africa, the estate should be reported to the Master of the High Court in that jurisdiction. In other words if the deceased was living in that area for 12 months prior to his/her death, then the Master’s office overseeing estates in that region should open an…

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