Insolvencies Are on the Rise in Western Europe
Slowing economic and global trade growth, as well as Brexit uncertainty, are the main drivers of the insolvencies.
Brexit: No Cause for Celebration
Deeply concerned about the U.K.'s future relationship with the European Union, businesses are waiting anxiously for the rules of separation.
Why GDPR Matters
The GDPR could affect almost every U.S. consumer goods and services company, and plenty of other organizations, that do business in the EU.
CFO Data Alert: New EU Law Has Teeth for U.S. Cos.
After May 25, 2018, companies found violating the General Data Protection Regulation are subject to fines of up to 4% of their annual worldwide revenues.
EU Hits Google with Record Fine
The Internet giant has been ordered to change its practices or face further financial penalties.
Should U.S. CFOs Worry About EU Cyber Risk Rules?
Compliance will motivate firms to update their current processes and methodology to assess cyber risks and the related potential business effects.
Don’t Get Financially Stung by the GDPR
The GDPR’s primary goal is to give control over personal data back to the individual, in this case the European Union citizen.
EU Moves to Close Profit-Shifting Tax Loophole
The European Parliamentary Research Service has estimated that corporate tax-dodging costs the EU between $54.5 billion and $76.4 billion a year.