GDPR: evolution or revolution? What's the truth?

“Get GDPR compliant now! warns expert”. I don’t know about anybody else but, quite frankly, I’m getting a bit bored by repeatedly seeing such headlines. This is particularly so where the headline is intended to encourage an organisation to engage a so-called expert to sort out its GDPR compliance. For those who don’t know and haven’t be bombarded by such headlines, GDPR stands for the...
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Listed Companies Update

List Publication of annual tax strategy As mentioned in our March 2017 update, the publication of annual tax strategy is required to be made available on company’s website and has effect for financial years beginning on or after 15 September 2016. A strategy must set out the approach and governance arrangements in relation to UK taxation, attitude towards tax planning, the level of risk...
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Appointment of the Small Business Commissioner

It is official! As promised the government has followed through and appointed the Small Business Commissioner. Greg Clark, the Secretary of State for Business, announced the appointment on 2 October 2017. The Small Business Commissioner (SBC) will be the head of the Small Business Commissioner’s Office (SBCO), where small businesses can bring their complaints regarding late payments from...
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GDPR: The devil’s not in the detail, it’s somewhere else!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has, quite rightly, attracted a lot of press about how organisations need to comply with new data protection rules by 25 May 2018. However, GDPR compliance is only half the story for organisations operating in the UK. Whilst the GDPR sets out the basic new data protection that will apply across the EU (Brexit will not have any effect on the...
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Action against companies who have failed to update their PSC Register

I have written many pieces that have covered the time line of the PSC regime, from when it was introduced in April 2016, up until 26 June 2017 when the scope of the PSC Regime was broadened. Each of these pieces have emphasised the seriousness of a company's failure to maintain and keep its PSC register up-to-date. However, it has been approximately 15 months and we have seen no action...
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