Aspida Malta’s Compliance Services Executive, Aaron Brancaleone, sets out his take on Implementing Procedures targeting Company Services Providers (CSPs) and Proposed Amendments to the Implementing Procedures – Part I.
Tina Torode, Head of Corporate Governance and Board Advisory shares some of her observations on Board resilience in a challenging environment as we approach the first anniversary of Covid related lock-downs and “crisis management” for many boards.
The COVID-19 pandemic was not just a high tide, it was of tsunami proportions. And as it recedes, it is already exposing fundamental and structural devastation in many businesses. But how much of that is due to a lack of a solid structure in the first place – especially around BCP? Aspida’s Simon Walker shares his insights on how businesses can develop their resilience to protect themselves in subsequent lockdowns.
Compliance was once seen as the ‘business prevention unit’, however here at Aspida from our very origins we have seen compliance as a business enabler and our practical and pragmatic tagline has become even more prevalent in recent years.
Whilst the Malta Financial Services Authority in Malta advocates that “RegTech solutions improve regulatory processes with the aim of helping authorised entities to comply with greater certainty and more efficiently to regulatory and supervisory requirements. .”, at Aspida we see utilising RegTech as wider to provide substantially more benefits to businesses.
Whilst the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK states that “RegTech applies to new technologies developed to help overcome regulatory challenges in financial services”, at Aspida we see utilising RegTech as wider to provide substantially more benefits to businesses.