Banks and the changing nature of fraud

To effectively predict and detect fraudulent activity, banks must recognize the wide range of tools at criminals’ disposals and the technological and social developments that are making fraudsters’ jobs easier.
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The need for transformational change at Swiss banks

How do banks face profound industry changes driven by rapidly evolving customer expectations, emerging technology and new digital challengers? The large Swiss banks continue to dominate the market, with digital challenger banks slowly making inroads.How quickly do traditional banks need to move?
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Swiss people approve the Swiss corporate tax reform

Corporate taxation in Switzerland remains attractive: The Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF) was comfortably accepted by the Swiss public. The "yes" vote sends a clear signal of cooperation to the EU and the international community.

Equity-based compensation – employee stock ownership just got more attractive!

Council of States member Ruedi Noser called for a significant reduction of the tax burden on employee participation in start-ups and family businesses. The respective committee of the National Council has also given the go-ahead.
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Why a data and privacy strategy empowers genomics

As we stand on the brink of the personalized medicine era, breakthroughs in areas like genomics are opening up a whole new range of privacy, reliability and security issues. Embedding security and privacy within strategy empowers Life Sciences companies.
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New privacy challenges: easier access to cross-border electronic evidence

According to the EU Commission, electronic evidence is needed in around 85% of criminal investigations. In two-thirds of these investigations, evidence must be obtained from online service providers in other jurisdictions.
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