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Is there a beer shortage, 2022?

Published on: 30 September 2022

How does the supply chain impact our businesses? America may face a beer shortage due to issues within the supply chains.
TISCreport member Tony Chocolonely help Ben and Jerry to tackle slavery within the cocoa industry

Published on: 30 September 2022

Ben and Jerry's follow Tony Chocolonely in the mission to tackle modern day slavery in the cocoa supply chain.
Public Sector Fraud Authority launch On Hold Indefinitely

Published on: 8 July 2022

The new £25M Public Sector Fraud Authority was due to be launched on the 7th July but was cancelled following updates to the authority's powers by the Treasury. It was originally announced on the 28th April, to comprise of an elite fraud "squad".
Act now to defend open company ownership data: Participate in the European Commission consultation!

Published on: 1 June 2022

EU Open Data Directive
Madrid, 1 June 2022 – Under the EU’s Open Data Directive, company registration and ownership information should be available as open data. In a surprise move, the European Commission is now proposing, via a long-overdue Implementing Regulation, that the names of the owners of companies will not be made available for free. As a result, SMEs, businesses, academia, journalists and CSOs will not get access to information that is vital in due diligence, innovation and preventing corruption, money laundering and terrorist financing.
Sanctions Data OFSI XML Glitch

Published on: 18 May 2022

With the renewed interest in sanctions data from smaller, unregulated companies, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation has had to delay their XML feed. This will have impacts on all those using the data sets to meet their legal obligations via third party systems..