Location Focus

  • Data is changing the way American businesses work. With the volume and complexity of data increasing all the time, the analytics field in the US has continued to grow significantly.
  • London is the biggest financial centre in Europe, but Germany is scoring highly in the post-Brexit popularity stakes, causing a surge in compliance opportunities.
  • Most major UK cities offer excellent compliance opportunities thanks to the clustering of businesses, financial institutions, and regulatory bodies in multiple places.
  • The United States journey to become a more environmentally sustainable economy has accelerated the growth of specialist fields within the business landscape – from renewable energy to sustainable finance.
  • As the scope of risk management in Europe grows at a brisk clip, the demand for skilled risk professionals is on the rise across the continent.
  • Regulatory Compliance is critical role across a variety of industries. Here we explore some of the key aspects of regulatory compliance careers in the US, so you can make informed decisions about the next step on your career path.
  • The USA was built on a foundation of risk-taking. Fast-forward to the modern day and risk management has evolved into an indispensable discipline in the US business landscape.
  • Skilled compliance professionals are in demand all over the world, but the best location for your move will depend on your technical skills and area of expertise.
  • As one of the world’s leading financial centres, London is a great place to find compliance jobs. We take a closer look at the types of compliance roles available, their challenges and responsibilities, and what you can expect to earn in the UK capital.
  • The Biden administration is chasing a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 target in the fight against climate change. So, what does this mean for the US ESG job market? 
  • What is the EU Whistleblower Directive and how will it impact Compliance, Risk and Audit professionals moving forward?
  • “Audits all over the world should be the same, the differences come in country cultures and the way people work with each other.”
  • Auditors at BDO East Anglia unanimously agree - working for the firm has never been more rewarding.
  • Are the Big Six firms the only accountancy firms offering attractive benefits to auditors these days?
  • There is a great demand for analytics professionals in the UK, as British organisations recognise the value of hiring data experts, particularly those with an advanced skillset.
  • Just when companies feel they can finally breathe in the wake of GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) throws another curveball forcing companies to assess their data protection practices – again.
  • The UK capital may be in political disarray but for individuals working in risk management the tides are unlikely to change too drastically...
  • Almost fifteen months later, CareersinCompliance.co.uk thought it was time to unpack GDPR’s impact and look the where the regulation is focussed next.
  • If the news is anything to go by it’s looking more and more likely that Boris Johnson, unwittingly or not, is leading the UK towards a no deal Brexit. For those working in audit, these are the things to consider as the 31 October Brexit deadline looms.
  • The European Union (EU) has just announced the EU Whistleblower Directive, an EU-wide protection which is the first of its kind for whistleblowers.