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Nov, 17

What does GDPR mean for the Public Sector?

The GDPR deadline in May 2018 is looming fast, there are many aspects to this new legislation, which means getting your head around it is the biggest challenge. It’s been 20 years since the last EU data protection law, and in that time technology has come a long way, which has challenged the way we… Read more »


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Nov, 17

Understanding the changes to the UK Corporate Governance code

The UK government has recently announced a number of proposals that will reform the corporate governance of publicly traded companies and privately traded companies. These reforms will come into effect by June 2018 and will cover three aspects of corporate governance; executive pay, strengthening the employee, customer and supplier voice, and corporate governance in large… Read more »


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May, 17

‘Invisible’ Scottish boards amongst the worst in the UK for engaging with employees and showing transparency

Scottish boards amongst worse in the UK for transparency

We published the results of our board visibility research a few weeks ago with some startling findings about the visibility and transparency of boards across the UK. Knowing who is saying what at a senior level, is important for both compliance and for establishing good behaviour across an organisation. It may surprise you to learn… Read more »


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Mar, 17

Increased regulation means governance spotlight will turn even fuller on FS

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Financial Services (FS) has always been an industry that is heavily regulated. However, recent updates from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) mean that for companies within FS – particularly asset managers – the governance spotlight is going to get a lot brighter.  Last year’s introduction of the senior managers and certification regime for banks, building… Read more »