Payment-Button
Menu

Month: November 2018

Budget 2018 – HMRC to become the preferred creditor in insolvencies

In the latest Autumn Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that HMRC is to become a preferred creditor in insolvencies. This new proposal is to take effect from 6 April 2020. Enterprise Act 2002 Under the Enterprise Act 2002, HMRC removed its right as a preferential creditor and, as a result, became ranked equally with unsecured …

Budget 2018 – HMRC to become the preferred creditor in insolvencies Read More »

Caught between a block and a hard place: how are blockchains and the gdpr to co-exist?

Caught Between a block and a hard place: how are blockchains and the gdpr to co-exist? The financial industry is amidst significant technological changes. Artificial intelligence, Big Data, and cloud-based technologies are transforming how we work. But, of all these advances, the most promising – and for some, the most worrying – is Blockchain technology. …

Caught between a block and a hard place: how are blockchains and the gdpr to co-exist? Read More »

A step in the right direction: European Parliament adopts Blockchain Resolution

A step in the right direction: European Parliament adopts Blockchain Resolution On 3 October 2018, the European Parliament adopted a non-legislative resolution on distributed ledger technologies (DLT) – blockchain technology. The resolution discusses potential benefits from the application of DLT in various sectors of the economy, including financial services, and sets out the suggested regulatory …

A step in the right direction: European Parliament adopts Blockchain Resolution Read More »

X