The GDPR, one year after

“Virtue is more feared than vice, because its excesses are not subject to regulation of conscience” stated Adam Smith. Aren’t laws, after all, trying to limit any potential excesses of our conscience? Innovation and regulation are bound to play the cat-and-mouse game. And you can easily figure who tries to …

DAC 6 in 5 minutes or so

Tax has become a reputation issue. Building public trust is a priority for companies and the industries they are part of, to increase their resilience in a world where technological advancements are caffeine and confidence is an anxiolytic that balances things out. Clear communication around tax is one way to …

How banks can handle PSD2

The revised Payments Services Directive (PSD2) goes into effect in Europe in January 2018, but few banks are ready. By law they will need to make customer data available in a secure manner, and eventually to give third-parties access to their customer’s accounts. But equally important to these compliance efforts …