The Treasury Committee recently reported that the necessity for the accuracy of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checking is vital.
Banking & Finance
The UK Budget 2018 announced that a ‘Digital Services Tax’ is to be introduced from April 2020 – but will this be practical?
How will law adapt towards the new and ever-developing virtual financial system in times to come?
New gender pay report at the Bank of England demonstrates that male employees are paid up to a quarter more than female employees.
Both the legal and financial sectors are global institutions that are to be reconciled with – so why are both sectors consistently determined as separated?
The European Union is set to issue and enforce a ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, in which the current British legislation has been amended, in order to comply with this. MP Matt Hancock released a ‘Statement of Intent’ on Monday 7th August 2017, regarding a ‘new data protection bill’ to be
The Legal Ombudsman has warned that using cut-rate legal advisers sometimes leaves people unable to pursue complaints when things go wrong. The 2007 Legal Services Act came into force on 25th May 2011. The most significant consequence of the Legal Services Act has been allowing legal services to be delivered outside of the traditional law
Hudson McKenzie is proud to announce the launch of its new website on 23 August 2013. This launch comes in conjunction with the firm adding other legal services. The firm has added to its legal capabilities in a move to embrace the changing legal landscape, providing its clients a more complete legal service, thereby positioning