Financial Translation Services

Whenever translation of financial documentation is required, one should ask for CERTIFIED TRANSLATION SERVICE recognised by HIGH COURTS in South Africa ie; sworn professional translation. This means that your document will get proper attention. Banks, financial institutions, insurance companies and asset managers all rely on our secure, accurate, 24/7 banking and finance translation services because Our specialist financial translators understand and know the terminology of The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) , International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

What does financial translation cover?

We translate all kinds of banking & financial documents, including

  • Annual reports
  • Merger and acquisition pitch books
  • Audit and market reports
  • Company press releases
  • Credit reports
  • FSA compliance documents
  • Financial statements
  • Fixed income and equity research
  • Financial reports
  • Investor presentations
  • Regulatory communications

And our multilingual services cover a variety of areas, including:

  • Specialist teams – Handpicked for your needs to ensure brand & regulatory compliance
  • Automated workflows – With built-in quality checks, version control, audit trails and sign-off procedures
  • Language technology – Optimise content re-use and data management, convert PDFs to editable files and retrieve files via a secure portal
  • Transcreation – Creatively tailoring every aspect of your messaging and campaign

Reliable English Portuguese Translation Service

The Portuguese language is currently spoken by nearly 300 million people worldwide making it the 6th most spoken language in the world, with a total of 15 countries worldwide.

Portuguese language, originating in the Iberian Peninsula is the sole official language of, not only Portugal, but also of some of the most attractive emerging economies. It is particularly prevalent in Africa, where it is the official language of five countries: Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe.

Portugal, as a country, is currently experiencing an economic recovery (after a period of austerity in 2010). Tourism is booming and so is the real estate market. For example, in the capital, Lisbon, house prices saw an increase in the order of the 26% in the past two years. Economically Portugal is becoming more stable and the appetite for new products and services is huge.

Given the importance of Portuguese in Africa, it’s only natural that SpeakPortuguese specialise in Portuguese-English and English-Portuguese translation and interpreting. Our translations team have the method, the expertise and the know-how to deliver the best possible translation for your products and services, keeping the brand consistency, but, at the same time targeting a wider audience in Portuguese language.

Whether you are an expat, a wine producer, an e-commerce owner, a writer, etc., we can translate your contents with perfect quality and deliver the finished product always on time. So, take a step forward and get in touch with us today for a free quote.

For further information about Banking & Financial document translation Services please phone us at: +27 (0) 12-348- 3134 or e-mail us at and we’ll be more than happy to talk with you or to answer any questions you may

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South African banks hold the first six places among the top 100 banks on the African continent and in total, there are approximately 70 foreign banks operating in South Africa, either via representative offices, branches, subsidiaries or joint ventures with local companies. It is understood that to successfully expands your company as a global financial institution, your bank transactions, business reports, annual profit statements, trade agreements and shareholder reports must all be written in the language that your clients will understand. Nowadays, companies, corporations and individuals alike rely on money.
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August 19, 2021