Data privacy and security continues to be a growing concern for many organizations. Businesses must be mindful of how data breaches occur in order to prevent the exposure of confidential information.
Social media is a valuable and cost-efficient tool for businesses, providing a direct channel to speak with customers. However, this direct connection comes with risks. Review our latest infographic to make sure you know the facts.
This infographic explores the total slavery risk exposure score globally. There are estimated between 21 to 45 million people held in modern slavery around the world today.
Until recently, businesses have viewed modern slavery as a legal issue of no concern to the private sector and consumers are so far removed from the conditions under which products are made that they are unaware of the problem. Without proper safeguards, there is a very real possibility that modern slavery exists somewhere in a company’s extended supply chain.
Categorized by delays and rearrangements of changes of 2017, compliance officers have now got to deal with updates of not only what will be changing but also when.
Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence conducted its ninth annual cost of compliance survey in Q1 2018. Over 800 responses were received from risk and compliance practitioners worldwide, including Asia, Australasia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, United Kingdom and the United States, representing firms across all sectors and sizes of the financial services industry including asset management, insurance, banking and investment.
The fifth annual survey by Thomson Reuters that examines how firms around the world are managing the challenges presented by the regulatory focus on culture and conduct risk.
This annual report covers our predictions for 2018; learn from our team of journalists at Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence about what regulatory events will shape the year and how you can best stay prepared.
In May 2018, following a year-long investigation, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) issued the first fine under Britain’s new senior managers regime (SMR) for a combined 1.1 million pounds ($1.5 million) for misconduct.
Japan recently solidified its commitment to stem corporate misconduct by putting the onus on companies to foster a culture of compliance with the Japan Exchange Regulation’s (JPX-R) publication of a set of guidelines entitled “Principles for Preventing Corporate Scandals” (the “Principles”).
On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s (EU) Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require businesses around the world transacting business within the EU to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens.