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Are young and emerging artists able to break into the traditional art world?

Looking back on the important art fairs of the summer and autumn - Basel, Frieze, FIAC -  it is hard not to be struck by the upbeat noises coming from the dealers and organisers of record sales, many in the million pound range, and high levels of activity overall. Many of these sales are of established names to a wealthy client base, sales which can overshadow much other activity in the market.

MiFID II creates opportunities for savings for firms through R&D Tax Credits

MiFID II is nearly here and technological enhancements, as a result of MiFID II, have been a critical part of the change process and are expected to continue well into the future. Many companies have been forced into further developing and extending their software solutions and this is where there may be scope to claim back a portion of the development costs related to R&D activity.

What does the Autumn Budget Update mean for the film and TV industry?

As with all budgets, there is a mixture of good news and bad news – increases to some reliefs that can benefit the sector, some tightening up of existing rules for Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) relief which will have an adverse effect in some situations, and some consultations and position papers on international issues whose impact will have to be considered carefully and where the industry may wish to respond.
 

GDPR: six months to go, yet insurance sector remains behind the curve

On 25 May, all organisations will have to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or face fines of up to €20 million, or four percent of annual global turnover (whichever is greater). Not only are insurance firms subject to these measures, they are likely to be one of the most impacted sectors.

With only six months to go, insurance firms should now be in the midst of impact assessments and remediation programmes to ensure compliance before the enforcement date. However, many firms within the sector have yet to begin to implement the measures, processes and controls required.

GDPR: six months to go, yet financial sector remains behind the curve

On 25 May, all organisations will have to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or face fines of up to €20 million, or four percent of annual global turnover (whichever is greater). Not only are financial sector firms subject to these measures, they are likely to be one of the most impacted sectors.

With only six months to go, financial sector firms should now be in the midst of impact assessments and remediation programmes to ensure compliance before the enforcement date. However, many firms within the industry have yet to begin to implement the measures, processes and controls required.
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