Regulators are turning their attention to building the operational resilience of the UK financial system. This whitepaper looks at the likely implications of any future operational resilience regulation on the way an institution manages non-IT supported applications and processes.
It has been more than 18 months since the employment tribunal fee regime was ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court. This article assesses whether fees for employment tribunal claims are likely to be re-introduced in the near future, as well as the potential impact of the government’s Good Work Plan.
The introduction of new standards in education and childcare has brought about changes in the OFSTED inspection process. This case study looks at how Tumblewood, an independent special school and residential care provider utilised its social welfare policy to achieve compliance.
Aite Group’s second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) Research Report, commissioned by iovation, a TransUnion Company, provides an in-depth analysis of how those in the payment services and e-commerce market should prepare to handle the new strong customer authentication requirements under PSD2.
The huge IT failure experienced in January, which delayed trials up and down the country, was just a symptom of a much wider malaise that has made it ever harder for people to obtain legal advice and, ultimately, to access justice. Download this short article to find out more.
As high-profile, large-scale data breaches hit the headlines more and more regularly, the question of ‘cyber trust’ is becoming a key concern for increasingly discerning citizens. This blog post highlights why insurers must guard their customers' data wisely to maintain their trust.
Subsequent to its introduction to Parliament in June 2018, the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee called for written submissions to be made on the terms of the Bill. This article highlights the latest developments relevant to the discount rate and periodical payment orders.
In this end of year review, Simon McGinn takes a look back at the past 12 months, considering various hot topics and issues like Brexit, legislative changes and the ongoing matter of broker market consolidation. This feature also looks at 2019 and beyond.
2018 has seen many regulatory changes that have affected us all. We look back at the regulations that have been implemented and those coming up in 2019. Topics covered: Brexit; GDPR; IDD; SMCR; renewal transparency; succession planning; credit worthiness and affordability.
ARAG's news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: underwriter failures; compensation culture; clinical negligence premiums; the Civil Liabilities Bill; industrial disease; events and charity fundraising.