The Imminent Reality of Cyberattacks for Business
No longer an if, but when a business will experience a cyber attack
Participants in Aon's 2019 Global Risk Management Survey ranked cyberattacks and data breaches as #6 in the top 10 risks facing organisations today. The risk entered the Top 10 list for the first time (at #9) in 2015 and is projected ...Read More »
NEW APPOINTMENT: CGF’s GOVERNANCE SERVICES STRENGTHENED WITH APPOINTMENT OF TRAVERS CAPE (CA(SA), MBA)
CGF is delighted to welcome Travers Cape as a Lead Independent Consultant to our company. Travers has acquired a wealth of experience in senior financial management positions and fulfilled various strategic roles within multinational and local businesses.
Being adept at analysing ...Read More »
Solving the retirement savings challenge
Lessons from around the world
Around the world, workers are being compelled to take more responsibility for their retirement savings as many employers move from traditional Defined Benefit (DB) plans to Defined Contribution (DC) plans.
According to London-based Kevin Wesbroom, ...Read More »
Financial services compliance: Are you on track?
Richard Rattue, Managing Director, Compli-Serve SA
The middle of another year has firmly arrived and it’s a good opportunity to do a mid-year compliance check-up, to avoid any mishaps before they happen.
The FSCA’s current overhaul of regulation for financial services ...Read More »
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty appoints new Global Head of Human Resources
Dr Melanie Gillig, currently Regional Head of Human Resources for Central and Eastern Europe will be appointed AGCS Global Head of Human Resources as of January 1, 2020. Current Global Head of Human Resources, Dot Cownie, will retire from AGCS effective ...Read More »
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