A cut in red tape that’s estimated to save £20 Million annually The Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016 were developed in cooperation with the insolvency profession and came in to effect in April 2017. It is expected the changes are likely to save businesses an estimated £20 million annually.
The Market in Financial Instrument Directive (MiFID) was originally designed to create an EU financial market with harmonised regulation for investment services. MiFiD’s main objectives are to increase competition and offer consumer protection in the investment services markets. MiFID was amended in 2014 and will come in to effect in 2018. Irrespective
The lead taken by UK government to become fully paperless by 2020, shows there is a concerted effort to change the way we all work. Despite this lead, many companies undoubtedly face an uphill struggle to attain this goal. It’s likely many issues will have to be dealt with on
With the proliferation of cloud and software services that many small and medium sized businesses are signing up for, the way in which data is dispersed over many different systems, handling many different processes and aspects of daily business activity, is something that is likely to cause concern for many
There are many reasons why an organisation may decide to implement a document management system. In general, there will be one main issue that a company wants to target but there are other key issues that will also need to be addressed and resolved… Go Paperless Reducing the costs associated