Finance ministers back further moves to prevent multinationals from exploiting differences in tax rates between EU member countries and those outside the region.
The European Banking Authority said that its proposed rules for stronger customer authentication would be relaxed for payments under €10.
Although the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) is now better understood by asset management firms, too many grey areas still surround the regulation, claims Linedata.
European insurers are likely to use it increasingly in response to the capital adequacy requirements of the directive, reports Fitch Ratings.
With multinationals (MNCs) facing an ever-more complex regulatory compliance challenge, the ability to automate reporting and stay current with local legislation changes is vital.
Retailers, restaurants and hotels are among 360 employers that the government accuses of paying less than the national minimum wage.
This article examines the top four payments challenges experienced by treasury teams - and outlines how each of them can be overcome using technology.
The European Banking Authority proposes “strong customer authentication” for all electronic payments of more than €10.
Most senior executives believe the financial services industry will have adopted the technology for everyday use by 2026, a survey suggests.
Progress on gender diversity is steady, but slow according to the latest Global Board Diversity Analysis by leadership advisory group Egon Zehnder.