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Merchants, Tell Us What's New with You! (It's actually really important)

Valentine’s Day was last week (for those who celebrate) so what better time to remind our merchants how much we love and appreciate you – and to invite you to call us anytime and tell us what’s new in your life and your business! 252 more words

Compliance

Did You Miss “Communicating with the Public”?

On February 9, ASDWA’s colleagues at AWWA and the Environmental Finance Center Network cosponsored a webinar titled Communicating with the Public about Water Infrastructure.  The information and shared techniques on effective communication were very helpful.  27 more words

Capacity Development

Standing LOAs Cause Advisers to Have Custody

from Cipperman Compliance Services LLC

The staff of the SEC’s Division of Investment Management, in a recent No-Action Letter, has opined that an adviser has regulatory custody of client assets where a client grants even limited authority to transfer assets to a designated third party. 172 more words

PCI Compliance

By: Calvin Weeks, Eide Bailly LLP

By now, you’ve probably heard of some big name credit card data breaches. They’re becoming more and more common, and hackers are finding more creative and sneaky ways to steal the information. 670 more words

Small Business

Peregrine at the Business Travel Show, Olympia, London, 22 February 2017

Peregrine’s Managing Director, Sophy King, will be moderating a panel discussion at the Business Travel Show on Wednesday 22 February 2017, from 16:00 to 17:00, at Olympia in London. 182 more words

Peregrine

Clifford Chance Discusses CFTC Guidance on Cooperation

On January 19, 2017, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC“) issued an Enforcement Advisory describing the factors that will be considered to evaluate the cooperation provided by companies that are the subject of CFTC investigations and / or enforcement actions (the “Cooperation Advisory”). 960 more words

Compliance

Another systemic failure of care and about whether anyone cared at all

Sometimes it’s easier to blame the patient than it is to blame the medical system, and so that’s what people often do. But if one is going to blame the patient, then one really ought to have data to back it up. 765 more words

Management