All United Kingdom articles – Page 5

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    Anti-Corruption Summit puts spotlight on transparency

    2016-06-21T13:45:00Z

    London hosted the first ever international Anti-Corruption Summit last month to champion the fight against corruption on a global scale, with many countries committing to specific action plans. Jaclyn Jaeger analyzes what this all means for companies.

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    CipherCloud unveils GDPR-ready cloud security solution

    2016-06-17T14:45:00Z

    CipherCloud, a cloud security company, announced the availability of the industry’s first cloud security solution designed to help companies comply with the European General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR).

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    U.K. Watchdogs Issue New Rules on Clawbacks for Bankers

    2015-06-24T12:00:00Z

    The Financial Conduct Authority and the Bank of England have finished banker rules that could have bonuses clawed back even after a decade of being awarded, if the firm comes under regulatory scrutiny for “potential material failures,” the FCA said. Senior managers aren’t off the hook either: They face a ...

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    U.K. Regulator Slaps Major Banks With Hefty Fines

    2015-04-15T10:15:00Z

    The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Bank of New York Mellon £126 million for the lack of compliance monitoring during the financial crisis. In a separate case this week, the regulator also imposed a record fine on Clydesdale Bank for “serious failings in payment protection insurance complaint handling,” the FCA ...