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By Ray Ruffels
More and more businesses are seeing the benefits of sharing insights and intelligence from data.
By Helen Basgallop
Business relationships with family members and known close associates of a PEP are also subject to greater scrutiny.
By Stacey Edwards
New data protection law is due to come into force on 25 May 2018 in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
By Simon Bates
If, like many business owners, you've convinced yourself that GDPR doesn't apply to you because you believe you don't deal with consumers and you don't handle personal data then you need to stop and think again.
By Simon Bates
The General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) is new data protection legislation that comes into effect on 25 May 2018.
By Martin Palmer
A good example of Jordans new and exciting range of offshore company formation and banking services comes from Singapore, and Vistra Singapore.
By Martin Palmer
The Summer Finance Bill 2017 passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 12 September 2017 and is now at Committee stage in the Commons.
By Krystyna Stec
Global trends gravitate towards interactive solutions in various spheres of the corporate world.
By Amanda Barnes
Ray Ruffels, Managing Director of Business Information Services at Jordans, has become Chair of Business Information Providers Association (BIPA).
By Ray Ruffels
The management of risk should be a key performance indicator for any business – a poor decision or mistake in this area could prove very expensive.
By Amanda Barnes
Until now, many professional firms have been forming companies and then completing their due diligence at a later date.
By Karina James-Wiltshire
It is official! As promised the government has followed through and appointed the Small Business Commissioner.
By Kate Saunders, Nicola Morgan-Schulz
HMRC has recently launched a new system of "dynamic coding", with the intention of making PAYE tax codes more sophisticated.
By Jayne Meacham
On 29 August 2017 the Government published its response to the Green Paper consultation on corporate governance reform.
By Karina James-Wiltshire
Each of these pieces have emphasised the seriousness of a company's failure to maintain and keep its PSC register up-to-date.
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