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The official countdown has begun...

We are proud to announce that the 8th of April will see the South African Bank of Athens rebrand as a new bank.

Keep an eye on this space for more information!

Transparency, ethics and corporate governance are at the heart of everything we do at The South African Bank of Athens Limited.

As a responsible corporate citizen, we have established whistleblowing procedures for the submission by our employees and other stakeholders - i.e. shareholders, alliance partners, customers, suppliers, members of the public and other parties of concerns regarding accounting, internal controls or auditing matters. Any stakeholder who has a reasonable belief that any of the following acts has been, or is likely to be committed, may make a report:

  • Commission of a criminal act;
  • Failure to comply with legal obligations;
  • Miscarriage of justice;
  • Endangering the health or safety of an individual or damage to the environment;
  • Unfair discrimination as considered in the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act 4 of 2000; and/or
  • Deliberate attempts to conceal any of the above.

A person who chooses to make a written report should include the following information:

  • The background and history of the concern being reported;
  • The business unit and the person (s) involved;
  • Relevant dates, times, names and places;
  • The reason for concern about the situation;
  • The identity of credible witnesses; and
  • If available, any supporting documentation or evidence, or information on how they may be accessed

The whistle-blower need not, if he or she so wishes, disclose his or her name.
Please address your correspondence to:

Postal Address:
The South African Bank of Athens Limited
Head: Internal Audit
PO Box 784921, Sandton, 2146
Email: whist[email protected]
Telephone Hotline: +27 11 634 4444