We surveyed 500 C-suite executives across Europe, MEA, APAC and the Americas for the seventh year running to understand their approach to risk management and how they are responding to global events that threaten their businesses.
BDO Malta can assist you both in the establishment of an information security management system and in ISO 27001 auditing existing systems.
In line with the Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism Regulations (PMLTFR), real estate agents are subject persons as they provide relevant activity services.
Anti-money laundering and counter-funding of terrorism (AML CFT) regulations specify that real estate agents are subject persons, including when acting as intermediaries in relation to the letting of immovable property where the monthly rent amounts to ten thousand euro (€10,000) or more.
Supply chains are breaking and changing like never before. Geo-political tensions, the climate crisis, the after-effects of a global pandemic and cybersecurity scares all create a hugely challenging network of risks for businesses in 2022. But how are they focusing on supply chain resilience...
With the vast amount of data available to and within organisations, it is important to take the proper steps to protect and secure EU personal data to avoid the implications of non-compliance.
Organisations grapple with a rapidly evolving set of risks facing their companies. Third party attestation has become an increasingly important tool for creating trust and efficiency across supply chains and vendor relationships.
Since Bitcoin’s launch in 2009, cryptoassets have proliferated, with Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple among others (collectively referred to as ‘altcoins’) well known amongst the thousands now available. The technology that enables cryptoassets is becoming increasingly attractive in the financial...
A trademark can be any word, symbol, phrase, design, colour scheme, or a combination of these things that identifies and distinguishes goods and services from the goods and services of other competitors.
On the 22nd of December 2021, the European Commission published a proposed EU Directive laying down the rules to incorporate the OECD Pillar Two into European Member States.