NL regulation of crypto service providers may violate European law

Much is said about the gatekeeper function of providers of crypto services. Pursuant to Directive 2018/843, crypto service providers in the Netherlands are required to register with De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). In this context, DNB requires providers of crypto services to demonstrate how they ensure that no money or cryptos are made available to sanctioned […]

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FA & U Auditing joins IR as the exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance member in United Arab Emirates

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Uthaman K of FA & U Auditing. Uthaman K has joined IR as our exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance member in United Arab Emirates. Uthaman K is a Chartered Accountant and Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Statutory […]

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FA & U Auditing joins IR as the exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance member in United Arab Emirates

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Tomy Manuel of FA & U Auditing. Tomy has joined IR as our exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance member in United Arab Emirates. Tomy Manuel is a Management Accountant and Fellow Member of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India, a Statutory […]

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MARY JOYCE CARLSON, ESQ. joins IR as the exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance Member in US – Washington DC

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Mary Joyce Carlson ESQ. of MARY JOYCE CARLSON, ESQ. Mary Joyce has joined IR as our exclusive Corporate Governance & Compliance member in US – Washington DC. Mary Joyce is recognized for her representation of clients under OECD guidelines and coordination […]

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New Standard Contractual Clauses for the international transfer of personal data

There are different adequate safeguards on which the transfer of personal data to countries/organizations outside the European Economic Area (EEA) can be based, including the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs). Because of Schrems II, however, the SCCs were under attack. Thereby, the SCCs had not yet been updated with the arrival of the General Data Protection […]

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Uthaman K

Partner, FA & U Auditing

Tomy Manuel

Partner, FA & U Auditing

Multidisciplinary Aspects of Blockchain

Blockchain is a collective name for distributed, mathematically-protected and chronological digital databases. In theory, this technology has the capacity to alleviate a serious problem: a lack of trust in digital systems. At the same time, a blockchain – in passing or, more often, with forethought – can initiate new business and process models because it […]

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Multidisciplinary Aspects of Artificial Intelligence

We can no longer dismiss AI as something in the far-off future; it must be recognised as a special and ‘transformative’ technology. Financial service providers are already using AI, for instance to verify the identity of customers, analyse transactional data, track down fraud in claims handling, set pricing in bond trading, and more. The smart […]

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New Standard Contractual Clauses for the international transfer of personal data

There are different adequate safeguards on which the transfer of personal data to countries/organizations outside the European Economic Area (EEA) can be based, including the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs). Because of Schrems II, however, the SCCs were under attack. Thereby, the SCCs had not yet been updated with the arrival of the General Data Protection […]

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