EU ruling on gene-edited foods is holding us back

Gene-edited food has the potential to feed the world’s hungry, but may be blocked in the European Union

Legislation to combat the hackers

Organisations are now required by law to guard against cyberattacks in a bid to protect essential services

AIFMD: how the Channel Islands lost EU lifeline

Hopes that the Channel Islands could gain access to the European Union alternative funds investment market seemed to have faded

What is the NIS directive and what are the ramifications?

While public opinion was focussed on GDPR, a new EU-led law was introduced which focusses on securing certain UK sectors from cyber-threat

What does Brexit mean for Humber?

The humber estuary pre Brexit

The Humber region voted to leave the European Union and businesses now await the outcome of Brexit negotiations

GDPR: Website tracking rules will challenge third-party data market

Brexit campaign whistle-blower Christopher Wylie speaking at the Fair Vote rally outside the House of Commons on Parliament Square, central London.

New European Union regulation, aimed at restoring online data privacy, will impose safeguards which will challenge some company business models

Brexit will not stop new EU banking regulations

Brexit and EU banking regulation

The European Union’s Revised Payment Services Directive or PSD2, due to be implemented in 2018, is touted as the answer to all our banking ills, shifting power into the hands of consumers. Here are five ways it will affect our lives 

How EU regulations will affect UK financial firms

Despite Brexit new European Union regulations governing data protection are set to impact the UK’s financial services sector