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A Question of Substance

Most EU jurisdictions have already acted in response to the EU Code of Conduct Group (Business Taxation) approved by the EU in June 2018, but those on the ‘grey’ list seeking to avoid black listing need to consider signing up to potentially harmful multi-lateral conventions, which underline the importance of robust systems to ensure compliance.

Customer Interview: GFin Corporate Services

Tej Gujadhur, CEO of GFin Corporate Services Limited in Mauritius, talks to us about his experiences of NavOne. Tej, what […]

Yet more Anti-Money Laundering Regulation is on its way! Are you compliant?

The EU continues to strengthen its measures to strictly safeguard against high risk financial flows, including those arising from virtual […]

Privacy versus transparency

Thankfully international law exists to help protect our individual privacy. Our financial institution customers thus have a duty of care […]

NavOne Corporate Secretarial

Corporate statutory forms: three steps forwards and two steps back ?

Progress is being made by governments around the world towards enabling automated filing of corporate secretarial data, but there is still a long way to go.

Automatic Exchange

Automatic Exchange of Information – Tales from the Dark Side

For Wealth Management professionals, the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and the OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS) have […]

Auditing your customer data handling for GDPR compliance

Next Years’ General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation has implications for any organisation that works in the EU, has EU […]

The size of a zettabyte: how big is your data?

The commercial imperative to collect, store and evaluate information Are you familiar with the term zettabyte (ZB)? It might sound […]

Are robots taking over the world?

Robo-advisors are only a threat if you ignore the demand for them Ever more intelligent devices are entering our lives […]

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