Ombud definition

Ombud. ’ means each of the following:
Ombud means an ombud as defined in the Financial Services Ombud Schemes Act, 2004 (Act No. 37 of 2004);
Ombud means a person who is empowered in terms of a scheme to resolve a complaint;

Examples of Ombud in a sentence

  • The organisation will also inform the complainant of any time limits relevant to the escalation or review process.▪ The organisation will clearly and transparently communicate the availability and contact details of the relevant Ombud to complainants at the start of the relationship, and in relevant periodic communications.

  • The organisation will also display and make available information regarding the relevant Ombud on its premises and website.

  • The legislative initiative established the world’s first Gender Equality Ombud and Gender Equality Tribunal as a low threshold mechanism.

  • In terms of remedies there was, however, no common EU model available, simply because none exists (Kraglund 2018; Wladasch 2015).The Commission chose a Nordic path and borrowed a relevant model from Denmark and the competencies of the Danish equality tribunal to rule on compensation; an alternative model was borrowed from the competencies of the Swedish Equality Ombud to try discrimination cases in court.

  • Alternatively, you may also contact The Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud).


More Definitions of Ombud

Ombud. ’ means the person appointed by the President as a Legal Services 55
Ombud means ombud as defined in section 1 of the Community Schemes Ombud Service Act, 2010;
Ombud. ’ means the person appointed by the President as a Legal Services Ombud in terms of section 48; 40
Ombud means each of the following:
Ombud means a person who is empowered in terms of a scheme to resolve a complaint, which scheme is governed by the Financial Services Ombud Schemes Act, 37 of 2004.