The blockchain and FinTech space is evolving at a rapid pace. As a result, it is altering the entire financial service landscape, enhancing the way banks, businesses and institutions do business with their target market. However, the key to harnessing the blockchain’s agile, customer-focused and innovative system is to know how to comply with regulations. This book is a guide for compliance officers and business owners alike who are embarking on their very first steps into the blockchain finance world. Book's website
This book is intended to provide you with an overview to starting and sustaining a new business in the United Kingdom. Whilst there may be challenges to face, an understanding of the content of this book will enable you to be in the position when joining the United Kingdom’s economy. Included is a basic overview of the country, along with business law and information about taxation and trade.
This book aims to set out in a clear and direct manner the process by which smaller businesses can develop an anti-bribery programme relevant to their size and resources. There are no easy fixes, and fighting corruption is a long-term effort that requires a lot of patience and perseverance, but there are certain steps SMEs can take that will make a difference. If SMEs make a concerted effort to cut off this pathological phenomenon, corruption could be reduced drastically.
The choice of a market is determined by the study of qualitative/quantitative elements which, elaborated together organically, can give the necessary information to put in place an efficient internationalisation process. The study of foreign markets, the analysis in the field and the sharing of typical export problems have led the authors to learn data and to process information from different official sources. From them, the book presents the Furniture Export Index (in FEI), a synthetic indicator that helps identify the best export opportunities in the furniture sector.
Cryptocurrencies are easy to use, secure, and if used correctly can hide your identity. That would explain why increasing news reports claim that terrorists are us- ing them to fund their actions. Is that claim true, and if so, to what extent? And are there any real-world examples to draw on?