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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: [email protected]
Telephone Hotline: +27 11 634 4444