Cybersecurity is a hot topic at the moment as treasurers are focused on regulations such as the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act. Treasury Insider speaks to Lee Meyrick, director of information management at Nuix, about compliance planning and the implementation experience today.
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The future of automation is bright after news of robo-advisers being expected to invade the UK wealth management space last month and it has been reported this week that the world’s largest fund manager, BlackRock, has acquired robo-adviser FutureAdvisor.
As a reaction to the biggest devaluation of the yuan, the Chinese market slide sent reverberations across the world this week as European stock markets tumbled. However, the FTSE 100 Index has now recovered and returned to above the 6,000 mark with a 1.9% surge.
At the end of last week, the largest businesses and energy companies in the UK were able to begin talks regarding international trade with Iran as diplomats agreed to reopen the British embassy in Tehran.
Treasury Insider speaks to co-founder and CEO of online lender Bond Street, David Haber, about how treasurers can implement online lending into businesses now and in the future.
After news of China stopping plans to regulate cyber security earlier this year, the country has now decided to resume plans and ask Western technology companies for advice on how to handle the new rules.
Following the huge success of the 2015 event, we are pleased to announce entries are now open to apply for the FinTech Innovation Awards 2016.
We are pleased to announce that September 2015 marks an important new chapter in GT News's development. The GT News.com website is relaunching under the ownership of MyGuides Ltd, with GT News reunited with former stablemate bobsguide.com, the respected financial technology site, as well as gaining the resources of the recently-launched title Treasury Insider.
Treasury Insider speaks to Tim Lind, global head of financial regulatory solutions at Thomson Reuters about the extent to which he believes these sanctions will restrict Russian banking, energy and military resources from being chosen by Western markets.