Dispute Resolution - Do You Know The Facts?

Disputes are costing businesses in England and Wales an estimated £11.6 billion each year, with the average amount of resolving the dispute reaching nearly £17,000 in time and money. The largest cause of disputes? For 72% of small businesses, legal struggles are put down to late or non-payment. The data from the Federation of Small… Read More

The Future of Scandal: Technology and Corporate Wrongdoing

The Future of Scandal: Technology and Corporate Wrongdoing For as long as there has been business and investors, there have been those who have sought to make money illicitly by breaking the rules and misleading others. Nowadays, corporate scandals come in many shapes and forms, but among the most common are those related to fraud… Read More

Flag it Up – How can solicitors work to identify and tackle the risk of money laundering in the UK?

Organised crime costs the UK more than £24 billion each year – that’s £1 a day per citizen. The fact that criminals are using the services of legal professionals in order to try to hide the origins of their illicit funds is nothing new, but there are important questions that solicitors must ask themselves to… Read More

Preparations for MiFID II: IT teams ahead of their Risk & Compliance colleagues within Financial Institutions

A recent study from Aeriandi of IT decision makers and Risk & Compliance managers within UK financial services businesses, has revealed a concerning lack of preparation and understanding of the requirements of MiFID II legislation coming into force in January 2018. The study, carried out in January 2017 shows that managers and decision makers within… Read More

The impact of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The GDPR will come into effect on 25th May 2018 and has been described as the biggest shake-up of data protection law for 20 years. James Wickes, CEO and co-founder of cloud-based visual surveillance company Cloudview, looks at the changes businesses need to make and the consequences of getting it wrong. Data protection is a… Read More

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