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  • 12th January 2018

Data management and corporate reputation – not just the what – it’s about the how

In this second article on data management, our key change and strategy associate looks at the shift in public perceptions about corporate reputation and how the requirements of the GDPR offer a unique opportunity to enhance your business and your customer relationships. Many of us are starting 2018 with a clear focus on complying with […]

  • 24th November 2017

Public trust and GDPR – the virtuous circle of good data management

TCF’s key change and strategy associate looks at how personal trust is at the heart of our data expectations of businesses and the opportunities you can grasp in complying with GDPR. As 2017 closes it’s time to consider the roll call of organisations that have disclosed recent or historic data hacks during this year. Trusted […]

  • 31st May 2017

Extending the SMCR to non banks – friend or foe?

Are you ready for SMR or SMCR as it is also known? Regulatory change never stops. Alongside the countdown to GDPR in 2018, runs the countdown to  SMCR or the Senior Managers and Certification Regime. This will replace the Approved Persons regime in much of financial services regulated by the FCA – or at least […]

  • 23rd May 2017

GDPR – hype or reality? A compliance revolution for data protection

When it comes to GDPR, what TCF is hearing from our clients and contacts falls into two categories: “Help, GDPR is a huge challenge – what am I going to do about it on top of everything else?” “The GDPR threat is completely out of proportion, I don’t know what the fuss is about.” At […]

  • 21st November 2016

The Top Seven Authorisation Tips for FinTech Entrepreneurs

Whilst the FCA move to meet the demand for authorisation support from the rapidly expanding FinTech community, here are our top seven authorisation tips for FinTech Entrepreneurs

  • 1st September 2016

Is being an Appointed Representative a compliance easy rider?

Why firms looking to undertake regulated business shouldn’t assume becoming an Appointed Representative will mean easy compliance. We discuss why it is not failsafe and can still lead firms into hot water with the FCA

  • 1st September 2016

Post Brexit – Will there be a bonfire of the Regulations?

Why the result of the EU referendum won’t bring regulatory relief for firms

  • 27th June 2016

Legal & professional privilege – a tricky relationship issue

The impact of asserting legal and professional privilege in a regulatory relationship and why it needs careful handling