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The European Commission says that the Portuguese government's 2016 Draft Budgetary Plan is at risk of non-compliance with the provisions of the Stability and Growth Pact.
The EU has formally presented to the US its proposal for a reformed approach on investment protection and a new and more transparent system for resolving disputes between investors and states: the Investment Court System.
The European Commission has held an orientation debate about the next steps needed to complete the Banking Union.
New Report from Accenture shows that finical institutions are expected to invest heavily over the next year to comply with global structural reforms.
Last year 81% of large UK businesses and 60% of small companies suffered a cyber security breach. A report published on 23 March by HM Government and Marsh, one of the UK's leading insurance brokers and risk advisors, announces new joint initiatives between government and the insurance sector to help firms get to grips with cyber risk; to establish cyber insurance as part of firms' cyber toolkits and cement London as the global centre for cyber risk management.
New Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) rules will ban credit brokers from charging fees to customers, and from requesting customers' payment details for that purpose, unless they comply with new requirements.
The heirs to the Rockefeller family are to start a process of selling its investments in fossil fuels, shifting its portfolio focus to clean energy.
The world's largest firms need to have a global approach to tax, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Poland has added its weight to the growing number of calls for the European Union to start spending to stimulate growth.
Today's Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs) are in a position similar to that of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) 15 years ago, and they face a comparable opportunity and challenge, according to a new PwC US survey.
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Credit Suisse and Yorkshire Building Society a total of £3.8m for the “misleading” promotion of a structured product to thousands of risk-averse investors.
Innovative firms, particularly smaller start-ups, will be offered the chance to work with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) whilst they develop new technologies and approaches to ensure they are compliant with regulations from the moment they go live, says FCA chief-executive Martin Wheatley.
UK Financial Services companies are still struggling to comply with The Financial Conduct Authority regulations which require them to record mobile phone conversations, a new report from analyst firm Ovum has found.
Greece could save its businesses hundreds of millions of euros a year and improve their competitiveness by reducing administrative burdens, according to a new Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report.
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