Informe Claves jurídicas de los consejeros ejecutivos de las sociedades mercantiles, de BDO Abogados

Information is the driving force behind every business. Over the course of the last 20 years, the information landscape has transformed beyond all recognition. Our research also found that most organizations lack the required skills, technical capabilities and culture to truly gain the greatest advantage from their information. In fact, three in four businesses extract little or no advantage whatsoever. We uncovered a consistent lack of focus when it comes to organizational investment in the right analytical talent, tools, innovative information-led solutions and value-driven information strategies.

Los hábitos de contratación pública han cambiado radicalmente, ahora se impone el “fair-play” y eso arrastrará a muchos por el camino. ¿Son conscientes los responsables de compliance  de los “malos hábitos” existentes en sus empresas?

At a time when the theft of customer information often leads to executive-level shake-ups, boards are taking a greater role in evaluating the adequacy of their organisations’ cybersecurity, according to digital board solution provider Diligent.

As your business deals with an ever growing amount of information, so your obligation to retain or securely dispose of records also increases.

Wednesday, 29 April 2015 11:53

What is a ´records retention schedule´?

Records and Information Management: Getting It Right FromThe Start.
Successful records and information management lets you plan, organise and take control of your organisation’s physical and digital records from creation, through active use, to secure destruction, permanent storage or designation as big data.

The new Spanish Corporate Governance Code for listed companies, approved by resolution of the board of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) on 18 February 2015, dispenses with the recommendations that currently are legal rules, retains other recommendations that had already been included in the previous code, and incorporates some new recommendations regarding different subjects, based on the proposals made by the Committee of experts regarding corporate governance.

On 4 December, 2014, the Spanish Official State Gazette published Ley 31/2014, de 3 de diciembre, por la que se modifica la Ley de Sociedades de Capital para la mejora del gobierno corporativo (the LSC Reform Act) which amends the Spanish Companies Act (LSC) with a view to improving corporate governance. The LSC Reform Act entered into force on 24 December, 2014.
Companies may be better served if they give responsibility for data-protection to more practically minded employees, such as IT professionals
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