Hacking – get to know your enemy

As the world moves closer to a unified digital solution for industries such as banking, social media and news, more and more personal and private data is being generated. In fact, 90% of the world’s data has been created within the last two years. Every new day produces 2.5 quintillion bytes of data – equivalent to 10 million blue-rays.  The vast majority of this data is meaningless, but hidden within it lie highly confidential files containing trade secrets and financial records.

Sale of Allport Packaging Ltd

Moore Stephens' Corporate Finance team has advised Allport Cargo Services Ltd, one of the UK’s largest independent logistics and freight forwarding companies, on the sale of Allport Packaging Ltd, its specialist export packaging subsidiary.

Adopting FRS 102? Make sure you protect your results under the Financial Fair Play rules

As football clubs finally adopt the new UK accounting rules, assessing the impact on their Financial Fair Play (FFP) reporting will be a priority as the new UK GAAP could significantly affect not only your club’s formal financial statements, but also its ability to comply with the FFP regulations. Managing FRS 102 adoption and ongoing use carefully is therefore vital for your club’s future operating freedom.

Shipping must improve risk management

Not enough companies in the shipping industry are following joined-up risk management procedures.

Our second annual Shipping Risk Survey revealed a fall, when compared to last year, in the overall level of satisfaction on the part of respondents that sound risk management had contributed to the success of their organisations. The involvement of senior management in managing risk at the highest level also declined against last year.
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