UK govt consults on secondary adjustment in transfer pricing rules

HM Revenue & Customs has launched a consultation on the possibility of adding a secondary adjustment rule into the UK's transfer pricing legislation.

FCA seeks to improve identification of money laundering risk

The FCA has said it will continue to work on helping banks improve their identification of money laundering risk in their accounts.

Procurement 'on a path of innovation'

A recent report has highlighted the importance of innovation for procurement.

Gartner reveals top supply chain performers and practices

Gartner has published its 2016 Supply Chain Top 25.

B2B marketers agree on need for consistency in customer experience

A substantial majority of B2B marketers participating in a survey have agreed on the importance of consistency to deliver a good customer experience.

Businesses recognise value of procurement staff by raising pay

Procurement and supply professionals have seen an average salary increase of five per cent, according to research.

Boards admit to ineffective anti-bribery and corruption policies

Business board members have admitted they could be doing better in the fight against bribery and corruption.

Knowing the value of your own business

It could be argued that valuing a company is an art and not science, and the opening price arrived at by a potential purchaser is often not the one that the seller feels (wrongly or rightly) is a fair price for their business.

Failure to control risk 'costing UK firms billions'

British businesses are losing billions of pounds every year because of risks within their control, according to KPMG Enterprise.

Cutting food waste in supply chain 'could save firms £300m a year'

Research from WRAP has highlighted how much could be saved by reducing waste in the grocery supply chain.

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