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Saracens Journey To The Top Using Performance Analytics
In recent years Saracens rugby club have developed into a team who consistently perform on the biggest stage.
24 Aug 2016
Project Work In Lugano With Forensic Technology
Kiran from the Electronic Discovery team in Forensic Technology shares her experience below.
26 May 2016
Issuing Fourth News - Surveying First Halves' Interim Management Statements
The Interim Management Statement (IMS) is now four years old. The UK Listing Authority introduced the IMS in 2007 for listed companies to meet the requirements of the EU Transparency Obligations Directive.
15 Sep 2011
Regulations On Remuneration - Cracking The Code
The European Commission has made a significant amendment to the Capital Requirement Directive (CRD) in the form of CRD3 adopted in April 2009. CRD3 makes binding the principle of the recommendation on remuneration policies in the financial sector (reflecting the Financial Stability Board (FSB) principles for sound compensation practices which was endorsed by G20 members).
18 Jan 2011
Shifting Gears For The New Regime - The Role Of Risk Governance In Solvency II, October 2009
Governance is one of the most prominent features on the regulatory landscape for insurers. Intensive scrutiny over governance arrangements will be a characteristic of the FSA’s supervisory approach as announced in the Turner Review in early 2009.
23 Nov 2009
Senior Accounting Officer Sign Off – The Draft Guidance - Does It Square The Circle?
From the day of the Budget announcement of a new responsibility for Senior Accounting Officers (SAOs) to sign off on the quality of systems underlying the production of tax returns, there have been many points of debate between HM Treasury and HMRC on the one hand and business and the accounting firms on the other.
10 Jul 2009
Senior Accounting Officers For Large Companies - Technical Update 3 July 2009
The Senior Accounting Officer legislation has now been published in what is expected to be its final form. Draft HMRC guidance has also been released.
10 Jul 2009
Down The wiRe: Surveying Preliminary Announcements - Part 2
This section analyses the findings for the 30 investment trusts included in the survey. One of these trusts was registered in Guernsey and another in Jersey and were, therefore, not subject to UK company law.
21 May 2009
Down The wiRe: Surveying Preliminary Announcements - Part 1
What is going down the wire? To put that question more formally, how are listed companies responding to the 2007 rule changes making preliminary announcements voluntary and allowing companies to announce directly their audited annual results?
20 May 2009
Insurance Accounting Newsletter: Focus On The Estimate Of Insurance Cash Flows
The joint work of the Insurance Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) continued in March with a relatively limited agenda.
22 Apr 2009
Insurance Accounting Newsletter: Conceiving The First Global GAAP
IASB and FASB February meetings kick off the deliberations for the new accounting standard on insurance contracts.
19 Mar 2009
Governance In Brief - Your Summary Of The Latest Corporate Governance Developments, January 2009
Following the recent press commentary and a number of queries received by the FSA, the FSA has clarified the disclosure obligations in respect of transactions by directors, their connected persons and other persons discharging managerial responsibilities who grant security over their shareholdings.
17 Mar 2009
Governance In Brief - Your Summary Of The Latest Corporate Governance Developments, March 2009
The FSA has released a draft code of practice on remuneration policies for FSA-regulated firms and intends to consult on the code and further proposals for remuneration later in March.
17 Mar 2009
Governance In Brief - Your Summary Of The Latest Corporate Governance, February 2009
HM Treasury has announced a review to recommend measures to improve the corporate governance of UK banks, particularly with regard to risk management
17 Mar 2009
Deloitte Banking And Capital Markets Insight
Welcome to the January 2009 edition of Banking and Capital Markets Insight, which focuses on technical issues currently coming out of the banking, capital markets, securities and fund management arenas.
4 Mar 2009
Clear All Year - Considering New Rules And Practice In Interim Reporting
For the last two years, the emphasis has been on providing more information in existing reports. Consequently, as Deloitte reported in October 2006, the average number of pages in a listed company’s annual report in 2006 was 85 compared to 71 in 2005. 2007 will see change in this trend. Instead of the rules simply calling for more information in existing reports, the cry will be more information and more reports.
14 May 2007
Eye to the Future - How TMT Advances Could Change The Way We Live In 2010 - Part 2
Communications innovations have enabled some of the most rapidly and widely adopted technologies of all time – the Internet and the mobile phone being the most notable examples. That transformative impact is likely to continue through 2010.
18 May 2006
Deloitte Financial Services Fundamental News (Part Two)
The long anticipated Turner Report was published in November 2005. If the government acts on its recommendations, the UK pensions landscape will undergo and remarkable change.The most obvious benefit to the fund management industry would be the chance to add up to 12 million new customers to their books.
23 Feb 2006
Deloitte Financial Services Fundamental News
The FSA has gone to press with sharp criticism of recent online promotions for Venture Capital Trusts. The FSA cited a number of intermediaries who were accentuating the positive, but significantly underrating the negatives in their online communications. Claire Aquilina reports on the FSA’s concerns.
23 Feb 2006
Insurance Market Update – December 2005 - Value Chain
Claim inflation and rising claim costs demand a radical rethink of the way insurance companies approach their claims management. Deloitte’s James O’Riordan and Andrew Power offer a blueprint for the future – the value-based claims business.
13 Dec 2005
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