According to Wikipedia, compliance is the action or fact of complying with a wish or command. Commands tend not to be optional nor open to interpretation, they are rules that exist to be followed. Each rule has an inherent logic, however obvious or abstract and exists for a purpose, the […]Read More
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Leaving a parent behind can sometimes feel dissatisfying at least and terrifying at worst as one is forced to mature, stand on ones own feet and leave the nest. Finding ones feet and carving out a self-identity are part of a natural coming of age process. Regtech was born out […]Read More
At Signarus we are always looking for new and current examples of why people compliance solutions are so important to business. Occasionally a requirement illustrates why people compliance is becoming crucial for many organisations. This week into the Signarus inbox came an email from the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) updating […]Read More
The Bribery Act – that was years ago? Wrong. It’s here to stay, being updated and it is wise to ask just how proactive your anti-bribery procedures are currently. You issued an anti-bribery policy and asked everyone old and new to read it? Unfortunately that isn’t good enough when someone breaks the law. […]Read More
Health and Safety is a state of mind, not just about enforced compliance. An organisation taking H&S seriously will use the latest and best routes to achieving the very best H&S standards of compliance, whatever the sector. Looking at the themes published for HSE Connect for 2019, its clear that […]Read More
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (known as its abbreviation SM&CR or SMCR) replaces the Approved Persons Regime, which in turn changes how people working in financial services are regulated. The Senior Managers and Certification Regime is part of the UK regulators’ drive to improve accountability and governance culture within […]Read More