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12 September 2018
Historically, whistleblowing and policies around it has been more embedded in financial services than other industries, with FCA requirements around an 'effective risk management system' outlining policies and procedures around whistleblowing and the whistleblower themselves. But are firms adhering to the FCA handbook to pay lip service, or are incidents being taken seriously?
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Paul Jennings as a financial services risk assurance partner in its London office.
06 September 2018
Asset Managers face on-going competition from Fin Tech companies, margin pressures and market consolidation. How can you establish a digital strategy?
15 August 2018
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Rob Gordon as a risk assurance partner to lead its financial services internal audit and assurance offering in London and the South East.
14 June 2018
53% of financial services firms recently polled in our YouGov monitor agreed that having a diverse workforce helped them better understand all consumer needs. Looking across the market, many FS firms are asking ‘are we saying the right thing? Or ‘is what’s meant to be a step forward going to backfire?’.
23 May 2018
Have you recently received a letter from HMRC in relation to the salaried member legislation? These letters have been sent to remind LLPs and their members that they must operate PAYE on the partners’ remuneration if they fall within the anti-avoidance legislation.
15 January 2018
In the days after the EU referendum, many financial services firms began to ready themselves for a worst-case Brexit scenario. Stories of job cuts, relocations to European hotspots, and other potential negative impacts on the industry quickly dominated headlines. Yet, as 2018 gets underway, a more nuanced picture has begun to emerge.