If you want to see all the best encrypted messaging apps in one place, then this is the guide you're looking for.
We did a roundup of these encrypted apps because the battle for our data is fiercer than ever. Governments crave for it, companies seek access to it, and cyber criminals probably want it the most.
But what's so special about my data?
The fact that it's yours and it can be monetized one way or another, by any of the entities listed above.
Wake-up call: the data you share in your IMs
Today I'm going to focus on a big chunk of your data that I bet you disregard as unimportant: the information stored and share in instant messages and text messages.
Messaging, either via the Internet or through good, ol' SMSs, is today's go-to communication method. No doubt about it.
Younger generations – from Y to Z – would rather text than call someone at any time of day and night (myself included). And not only them. Employees in companies of all types and sizes are heavily using instant messaging apps as well.
This means that a huge amount of data is stored, transmitted and shared through these messages.
And this doesn't happen only on mobile devices. Now instant messaging apps are cross-platform, so you can sync your conversation across your smartphone, tablet and desktop. Messaging apps also offer the option to be used for both online IMs and SMSs.
Everything is just a click or a tap away. But not only for you.
You may think you're sharing data confidentially when using Facebook Messenger, Skype or Snapchat, but sometimes it's just an illusion.
Without end-to-end encryption, your conversations are right in the crosshairs of cyber criminals, government meddling and amoral marketers.
Here's a recent example of how security holes in these apps can expose your data to malware and other cyber threats:
“The Check Point security research team discovered a vulnerability in Facebook's Messenger (both the online version and the mobile app) that would allow an attacker to modify the contents of someone's chat history as well as give them the ability to spread malware through the chat service. [...] This vulnerability existed because messages are normally stored on Facebook's servers, and Facebook could also modify the messages itself if it so desired. The attackers are simply using a capability that Facebook already has. “
Do I have your attention now?
Because you're going to want to find out about this.
Intercountry adoptions are very complex because they must follow laws set out by: provincial and territorial governmentsthe Government of Canada, andthe country of adoption. We make sure that immigration or citizenship requirements have been met before granting permanent status to an adoptive child. For more information on the process, read about CIC's role
Be cautious – adopting a child from overseas can be complicated
Sometimes, prospective parents try to speed up the process by taking matters into their own hands. Although the vast majority of adoptions progress smoothly, adoptive parents should use caution throughout the process.
You should contact the government of the province or territory you live in to obtain the most up-to-date information about the adoption process, and to ensure that the adoption meets all their requirements.
To avoid unnecessary expense and disappointment, adoptive parents should not plan to return to Canada with the adopted child until they know for certain that all immigration or citizenship requirements have been met.
Don't let this happen to you
The following stories are based on real experiences of intercountry adoptions. They are meant to demonstrate some of the problems that can arise in the process. These types of situations may be avoided by contacting your province or territory of residence to obtain the most up-to-date information about the adoption process.
The families described are not real. The names are fictitious and the stories may combine details from several adoption cases.
Pierre and Maria's story
Like many couples who decide to adopt, Pierre and Maria had been trying to conceive for several years.
They began the process of adopting a child overseas and were told they could be matched with a child in two years. But Pierre and Maria did not want to wait any longer to have a child, as they had already experienced such a long, frustrating and emotional journey.
A friend who worked in a hospital overseas told them about a baby who was abandoned by his mother and offered to help the couple adopt him. She assured Pierre and Maria that she had many contacts in the local government and could help them with the paperwork.
Pierre and Maria decided to bring the abandoned child to Canada in order to adopt him in their province. Over the next several months, they received pictures of the baby, furnished his room, and bought him clothing and toys. Pierre filled out many forms, including the CIC forms to sponsor the child for permanent residence in Canada, and his friend helped with the paperwork on the child's end.
Once they thought all of the paperwork was in order, Pierre and Maria scheduled the next flight to the country where the baby was. The long-awaited moment to meet the boy had arrived, and their dream of having a family was about to come true.
Meanwhile at the local Canadian visa office, Janine, a visa officer had been working on the couple's adoption file. Although Pierre and Maria had submitted what they thought was the necessary documents, Janine had serious concerns about the child's history.
When Pierre and Maria arrived at the visa office with the child in tow, expecting to get a visa within days, Janine had to inform the couple of the visa refusal. She explained that without the proper documents, there was no way of proving that the child was legally available for adoption. She had no choice but to deny their application.
Stunned, disappointed and angry, Pierre and Maria returned home childless.
Stefan and Nicole's story
Stefan and Nicole had been researching adoption agencies online for several months before selecting one that promised quick and efficient intercountry adoptions. Unbeknownst to Stefan and Nicole, many cases handled by their chosen agency were under investigation.
Stefan and Nicole eagerly proceeded with the adoption process and provided the agency with the necessary documents. Soon after, the agency informed the couple that they had been matched with a little girl. The agency mailed pictures to Stefan and Nicole, who were ecstatic to share their good news with family and friends. A few months later they received an update from the agency on the status of the adoption and they booked the next flight to meet the little girl and pick up her visa.
Upon arrival, Stefan and Nicole could not wait to meet the little girl and bring her back home with them to Canada. They arrived at the Canadian visa office, expecting to receive a valid visa for the child. The couple was completely shocked when the visa officer told them that the visa had not been approved.
The officer explained that the adoption file had been poorly prepared, the documents submitted were poorly translated and there were gaps in the information provided, which caused concern as to the circumstances surrounding the legality of the adoption. Devastated by this news, Stefan and Nicole were informed that they would have to re-submit certain documents through the host country's judicial or adoption system. They were also informed that the process could take another few months. The officer would also need to investigate.
In order to avoid further disappointment and expense, the visa officer suggested that Stefan and Nicole wait to hear news from the visa office that all requirements were met before returning for the visa.
After months of having waited for their little girl, Stefan and Nicole returned to Canada without her.
Seven months later, Stefan and Nicole received the news they had been waiting for. Their little girl's visa was ready. They booked the next flight and were finally able to meet her. From that point the process went smoothly, and a week later Stefan and Nicole were back in Canada with their new daughter.
Elena and Brian's story
Elena and Brian had been keen on adopting a child from within their province. They had started the preliminary work for the application process when they came across an adoption agency specializing in intercountry adoptions, which promised faster adoption times. Hopeful and eager to start their family, Elena and Brian turned to intercountry adoption.
The agency soon matched Elena and Brian with a two-year-old girl and assured them a quick and simple process. They were told that they could expect to bring the little girl home in less than six months. Excited by this news, Elena and Brian spent the next months completing the necessary home study, gathering the required documents, finalizing the financial commitments, and getting their house ready in time for the child's arrival.
A week before the flight to go meet the child, Elena and Brian contacted the Canadian visa office to ensure the paper work was complete. They were then told that the file was not ready and that it was under investigation.
The visa office told them that there were concerns with the accuracy of the information provided on the birth certificate as well as serious concerns about how the child had come to be available for adoption, and that they were looking into the possibility of child trafficking. The visa office explained that in cases of potential child trafficking, additional verifications must be done to ensure the best interests of the child are respected.
Under the impression that the child had been abandoned as an infant, Elena and Brian were shocked by the news that this may not be the case. They later found out that many other adoptions from that particular country were also being held up or suspended because of fraud and child trafficking concerns.
A top human resources executive tells KI Woo how companies are building global-class infrastructures.
Building infrastructures that can help companies compete successfully against global competitors is fast becoming a top priority.
Acquiring, and more importantly, keeping the best talent is now viewed as a critical ingredient for building a sustainable and profitable business.
Edwin Sim, president and CEO of Pathfinder Asia Ltd and its affiliate Human Capital Alliance Ltd, said that as companies begin riding the economic recovery and become highly profitable again, they are all seeking ways to sustain growth by upgrading their management and operational infrastructures.
“Most companies are now saying they must further professionalise their operations,” he said.
After decades of establishing strong bases in Asia , many local family companies are now aiming to build sustainable global businesses and realise that they must develop appropriate infrastructures that will first attract and then retain top management talent.
A key infrastructure ingredient is developing an appropriate internal corporate culture that will attract management leaders. “Top professional business leaders thrive best in high-performance, meritocratic organisations,” he said.
The economy now features many large, family-controlled companies that are gradually evolving into professionally run organisations. These companies are constantly wrestling with issues such as how to meld the best Western management practices with Asia 's unique culturally influenced business environment, he said.
Pathfinder Asia Ltd and Human Capital Alliance, he said, are led by experienced United States and Canadian-trained professionals who spent their formative education and business years in North America before returning to Asia .
“Our people have the ability to recognise and bridge the gap between Western management practices and the unique requirements of Asian family companies,” he said.
The key to developing successful global management practices in Asia and particularly in Thailand is knowing how to combine pragmatic, analytical-based Western business strategies with holistic Asian practices that emphasise balance and harmony.
“Successful Asian companies of the future will be those that can efficiently and effectively meld the best of both worlds,” he said.
Another key element is identifying and then dealing with the unique needs of a company's stakeholders. An Asian family company's stakeholder structure is in most cases much more complex than its Western counterpart.
A major reason for the difference is the family's inherent influence in Asian cultures. “Family is business and business is family”.
In most Western companies, stakeholders are limited to their shareholders, management team, employees, communities and customers. However, in Asian companies, family relationships strongly influence stakeholders' interactions.
“Stakeholders in Asian companies may simultaneously belong to several stakeholder groups, each representing a diverse range of often-competing interests,” he said.
For example, a family company's management team may include executives in key functions throughout the company.
These executives are also share-holder/stakeholders. “These managers/shareholders' interests in the company may have resulted from marriage to the founder's children or grandchildren or nieces and nephews,” he said.
Any successful transition from a traditional family-run company to a professionally run company requires identifying and dealing with each company's unique stakeholders' interests before pragmatically applying the latest Western management practices, he said.
A CEO of an Asian family company, who may putatively control the board and may even represent the family bloc that controls a majority of the company's shares, may not be able to act similarly to a Western company CEO because of these unique family relationships and the need to maintain balance and harmony.
“Thus the successful implementation of pragmatic Western-based business processes and the building of modern global-class business management infrastructures in many cases must be complemented with an acute awareness of the unique internal culture of most Asian companies,” he said.
Thailand has developed a strong core of top senior managers, who have been trained locally and overseas by major multinational companies, that can help major companies compete globally.
“Many top professional business managers are now realising that large, local family-owned companies may indeed now be where they can best maximise their own personal potential,” he said.
The Cybersecurity organization's objective is to ensure that JPMC is able to effectively detect, prevent, and respond to cyber threats against our technology infrastructure. The scope of Cybersecurity comprises detection and monitoring of threats and vulnerabilities, managing security incidents, and evolving our preventive infrastructure to keep ahead of the threat. We accomplish this through strong information security leadership and active collaboration with line of business information risk managers to provide high quality security solutions and services that are focused on improving the Firm's risk posture.
The Cyber Fraud APAC and South America Lead will work closely with Fraud Intelligence teams within Cyber Security Operations to maintain and advance intelligence collection efforts, optimize reporting, and manage metrics production.
- Lead efforts across Fraud Intelligence teams (card, banking, data automation) to expand the teams' intelligence collection, optimize reporting to internal stakeholders, and assist in managing expanding metrics production efforts specific to the Asia Pacific and South American geographic areas - Act as the Fraud Intelligence lead representative in a multi-disciplinary security operations center (SOC) - Act as liaison between Corporate Cyber Security Operations-Fraud Intelligence and the various JPMC lines of business (LOBs) - Work closely with Cyber Security Operations teams to collaborate on a first in class intelligence program. - Maintain and advance knowledge of industry fraud trends - Conduct and manage detailed analysis and risk assessments on all issues affecting the Firm - Engage in problem solving, process improvement, and strategic planning initiatives - Continually identify and evaluate 3 rd party solutions to fraud problems facing the Firm - Author and edit intelligence reports and contribute to metrics production
-5+ years of experience with at least 3 collecting and analyzing intelligence, conducting financial investigations, and/or working in banking technology, risk, or operations including APAC and South America - 3+ years of experience collecting and analyzing intelligence, conducting financial investigations, and writing professional reports - Experience with large volumes of transactional data, conducting deep-dive analysis, and financial services industry products and services - Experience serving business stakeholders, managing cross collaboration, and leading teams - Strong knowledge of banking terms, phrases, and concepts - Prior cyber security and/or cyber threat experience a plus - The ability to work in a fast paced environment to include the translation of complex concepts and issues into messaging easily understood by senior leadership - Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience - Prior threat intelligence/SOC experience a plus
- Excellent people, time management, and organization skills - An ability to work with minimal direction and supervision-independently or in leadership role - Experience managing aggressive deadlines in a fast-paced environment - The ability to coordinate, work with, and gain the trust of business stakeholders to achieve a desired objective
- Strong attention to detail in conducting analysis combined with ability to accurately record full supporting documentation - An ability to leverage the efforts of multiple teams into a cohesive product/service - An ability to mitigate a vulnerability or issue by leveraging support from internal stakeholders in a collaborative approach - An ability to conduct critical analysis, form a hypothesis, and make recommendations to senior management - An ability to mitigate a vulnerability or issue by leveraging support from internal stakeholders in a collaborative approach
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required - Able to articulate and visually present complex analysis results - Ability to communicate effectively with business representatives in explaining findings clearly and where necessary, in layman's terms
This position is anticipated to require the use of one or more High Security Access (HSA) systems. Users of these systems are subject to enhanced screening which includes both criminal and credit background checks, and/or other enhanced screening at the time of accepting the position and on an annual basis thereafter. The enhanced screening will need to be successfully completed prior to commencing employment or assignment.
J.P. Morgan is a place for talented people from all backgrounds and perspectives because our clients come from all backgrounds and perspectives. We encourage a culture of inclusion, where everyone's opinion counts and all employees have the freedom to deliver their absolute best. This is why we work hard and invest in attracting and developing a diverse workforce. Learn more about our Business Resource Groups in how they help our employees build successful careers and reach their greatest potential.
Professional Qualification/Membership Practising Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. Approved Company Auditor/Liquidator - Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, Singapore. Fellow Member of CPA Australia Accredited Tax Practitioner (Income Tax & GST) of Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals Professional Work Experience Jerry Lee is one of the founding Partners of Ng, Lee & Associates - DFK, and has been in practice since January 1973. He was the Director of DFK International, a major worldwide group of independent accounting firms and business advisers, since July 1991 till April 2008. He was also the Vice-President of Asia Pacific Region, DFK International since December 1991 till July 2005 when he stood down from that position.His immense contributions earned him the DFK Ken McQuillan Award. Jerry Lee had served as a member of the Complaints and Disciplinary Panel of the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, Singapore. He acts as a Trustee of the Chew How Teck Foundation. Professional Practice Area Other than assurance, tax and corporate secretarial services, Jerry Lee is also involved in the following practice areas: Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support ServicesLiquidation & Insolvency including corporate recovery and judicial managementTrust & Estate Planning Francis Chua Chik Loong Professional Qualification/Membership Practising Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants Approved Company Auditor/Liquidator - Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, Singapore Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) Professional Work Experience Francis Chua joined Ng, Lee & Associates - DFK in 1990 and was admitted as a Partner in May 2002. He has extensive audit experience in most industry sectors. He is also the firm's technical partner and heads the training division which also provides external training to valued clients. Professional Practice Area Other than assurance, tax and corporate secretarial services, he is also involved in firm's Corporate Governance and Internal Auditing services.
Poh Mui Hwa Professional Qualification/Membership Practising Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants Approved Company Auditor/Liquidator - Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, Singapore Member of CPA Australia Bachelor of Business (Accounting) - Curtin University of Technology, Australia Professional Work Experience Poh Mui Hwa joined Ng, Lee & Associates - DFK in 1992 and was admitted as a Partner in May 2002. Ms Poh has extensive audit experience in most industry sectors including international financial reporting practices. She also has extensive experience in corporate restructuring including IPOs, merger and acquisition related works. Professional Practice Area Other than assurance, tax and corporate secretarial services, Ms Poh is also involved in the following practice areas: Corporate Finance, Restructuring & Public ListingFinancial Advisory Services Yee Fook Hong Professional Qualification/Membership Practising Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants Approved Company Auditor/Liquidator - Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, Singapore Fellow Member of the CPA Australia Fellow Member of the Taxation Institute of Australia Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) Professional Work Experience Yee Fook Hong joined Ng, Lee & Associates - DFK as a Tax Principal in March 1999 and was admitted as a Partner in May 2002. Before joining Ng, Lee & Associates - DFK, he was formerly Tax Director with the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) heading its Corporate Tax Division and its Internal Audit Branch, and dealing with Technical Services. He had represented IRAS at negotiations for the Avoidance of Double Taxation with other countries and international conferences on taxation. He had played an important role in providing advice on tax policies and tax legislation, and was one of the pioneers working on tax incentives forforeign investments to Singapore. He presently heads the Firm's tax practice covering individual and corporate taxation, tax audits, tax investigation, international tax and other tax consultancy He serves on the Taxation & Levies Committee of the Singapore Institute & Accredited Tax Professional (SIATP), and on the Public Practice Committee of the Singapore Division of CPA (Australia). He had also served on the Panel of the Inquiry Committee of the Public Accountants Board. He has been admitted as an Accredited Tax Advisor of the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals, and serve as its Board Member.
He has contributed articles to the DFK INTERNATIONAL TAX NEWSBRIEF FROM AROUND THE WORLD, the ISCA Chartered Accountant and the ACCA Accounting & Business Journals.
Public Service Experience Mr Yee was awarded the Republic's National Day honours of PPA medal (Bronze) for Public Administration and the Public Service Medals (PBM & BBM) for Community Service.He was admitted as a Serving Brother in the Order of St. John (S.B.St.J) in 2006. He was a Council Member of the Bishan Toa-Payoh Town Council and was its Finance and Administration Committee Chairman from 1993 to 31 December 2008. He is also a Vice-President of the National St.John Council. He serves on the Singapore General Hospital Medifund Committee. Professional Practice Area Other than tax and assurance services, Mr Yee is also involved in Goods and Services Tax, Corporate Governance and Internal Auditing. Certification of Appreciation On 21 October 2005, Mr Yee was awarded with a Certification of Appreciation by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore for his invaluable services rendered continuously to the Institute's Tax Committees for the last 10 years or more.
Sir John Hamilton of Cadzow, 4th Laird of Cadzow (b. bef. 1370 – d. c. 1402) was a Scottish nobleman and soldier.
He succeeded his father, David Hamilton of Cadzow, no later than 1392, when he appears on a charter of Andrew Murray of Touchadam as Dominus de Cadzow.
He was imprisoned, along with his brothers William and Andrew, in Norwich in 1396. Richard II of England ordered their release from the Mayor and bailies of that city on 29 June. It appears that their imprisonment was due to violations of the truce between the Kingdoms of England and Scotland. A John Hamilton, either his brother John Hamilton of Bardowie, or uncle John Hamilton of Fingalton, was released from the Tower of London on the same date. Hamilton and his uncle seem to have found themselves guests of the English again, when at a meeting of Border commissioners at Hawdenstank on 28 October 1398, the first point of business was the release of Hamilton of Cadzow, and Hamilton of Fingalton and others in their entourage. The Hamiltons had been caught at sea by English privateers, again in violation of the truce. The English were urged to release the ship and restore their goods to them, or alternatively pay suitable recompense.
There is no record of Hamilton's death, though it is possible that he was one of the prisoner fatalities at the Battle of Homildon Hill in 1402, where a Sir John Hamilton, elder, appears on a list of captives. Marriage and children - John Hamilton married Janet or Jacoba Douglas, daughter of Sir James Douglas, 1st Lord Dalkeith, prior to 1388. It was thought that he had three sons by her: - James Hamilton of Cadzow - David Hamilton of Dalserf - Walter Hamilton of Raploch
However DNA testing of descendants of James and Walter in the Hamilton Surname DNA Project show that these two did not have the same father. The DNA project shows that the descendants of Walter and his uncle John Hamilton of Fingalton are related, which suggests that James's biological father was not from the same family.
4 April 2016 - Festivalgoers are now just a few quick clicks away from experiencing the world's most epic music events with the launch of Festlane – the first comprehensive online booking platform for festival lovers, by festival lovers. An inspiring new digital one-stop-shop, Festlane makes it super simple to discover the best international festivals, from intimate under-the-radar boutique parties to the heftiest international behemoths, and book a tailor-made festival trip including flights, accommodation and official, 100 per cent guaranteed tickets.
A new concept from event travel specialist EventTrips, the company behind European and UK market leaders FootballBreak and OperaBreak, Festlane combines more than 10 years' experience in event-led travel with a dedicated, passionate team of festival fans on a mission to inspire. With the global festival scene having exploded in recent years, Festlane founder Reinier Linthorst Homan recognized that there is a growing community of curious global citizens who want to broaden their horizons and enjoy the most memorable musical experiences, wherever they are. Says Reinier, “The world is full of amazing festivals that many haven't explored or even heard of yet, and, as avid festivalheads ourselves, we wanted to make it simple for people to discover and experience these festivals to the fullest – so we created Festlane”. Based in festival hotspot Amsterdam, with a dedicated London office, Festlane offers unrivalled inspiration, information, convenience, value for money and – with ATOL bonding and 100 per cent ticket guarantees – security.
Digital to its core, the Festlane user experience is simple, accessible and fully manageable across all devices, 24/7. With Festlane at their fingertips, anyone from the most seasoned festival junkies to complete newbies can discover the best, most unconventional and under-the-radar festivals within a few clicks. Packages for an 'A-Z' of more than 30 festivals worldwide – from Amsterdam's Nassau Festival at Kingsday and Rock am Ring in Germany to Fresh Island on Croatia's Zrce Beach – are already available to book via www.festlane.com. The team is constantly on the lookout for the hottest new events across all genres and styles, with big names such as Bestival, Melt! and Roskilde set to go live on Festlane soon.
Festlane's team is always happy to share their tips and recommendations on the hottest festivals – some handpicked highlights from this season's lovingly curated line up include:
Fresh Island (12-14 July – Zrce Beach, Croatia)
Croatia's Pag Island welcomes the crème de la crème of hip-hop, R&B, rap, crunk and grime, with superstars Wiz Khalifa, DJ Premier and TY Dolla $ign among those pumping out the beats, grooves and moves this year. Festlane packages start from £290 per person.
Secret Solstice (17-19 June – Laugardalur Park, Reykjavik, Iceland)
Secret Solstice 2016 will see the triumphal return of Radiohead, as well as welcoming Roisín Murphy; Die Antwoord; St-Germain and Reykjavik's very own homegrown indie-folk heroes, Of Monsters and Men. Daily side events include a party inside a glacier, a cruise under the midnight sun, and – for 20 lucky people – the first-ever gig held inside a volcano. Festlane packages start from £445 per person.
Rock am Ring (3-6 June – Mendig, Germany)
The 31st edition of Germany's biggest and most popular rock festival boasts a severely solid lineup, including Black Sabbath, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones, Korn, Foals, Beach Slang, Architects, Biffy Clyro, Bullet for my Valentine, and Tenacious D. Festlane packages start from £428 per person.
Wicked Jazz Sounds (25 June – Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
A unique fusion of contemporary and classic performers, combining jazz with other genres including house, hip-hop, R&B and pop. This year's lineup includes Dutch rapper Typhoon, classic multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Herman and 10-man band Gallowstreet. Festlane packages start from £214 per person.
Positivus (15-17 July – Salacgrīva, Latvia)
Widely tipped as one of Europe's top small festivals, Positivus celebrates its 10th anniversary this year with Ellie Goulding, Richard Hawley, Wolf Alice, Mercury Rev and rising star Seinabo Sey. Nestled in a leafy forest just a few minutes away from Salacgrīva's unspoilt beaches, Positivus even has a postal address where festivalgoers can send their camping gear in advance! Festlane packages start from £274 per person.
Solar Weekend (4-7 August – Maasplassen Centre, Roermond, The Netherlands)
One of the Netherland's most creative cross-disciplinary festivals. The theme of this year's Solar Weekend is 'Artyfarty' – expect an onslaught of outlandish installations and general eccentricity, complemented by idyllic surroundings and a heavy-hitting musical programme. Festlane packages start from £174 per person.
Festlane's comprehensive festival packages include flights, festival tickets and accommodation. Visit www.festlane.com or call tel: 020 8629 1200 for further information and reservations. Forget all the painful planning and arduous arrangements, it's time to start living in the Festlane!
The Mossack Fonseca Group applied corporate governance in their firm to provide confidence and security to their clients regarding protecting their assets through the years. The firms don't stop in improving their processes and utilizing the best technological tools in the market to have a better service for their clients. It has adopted a Business Management System that assures that the firm will continue to follow all ethical standards and the best legal practices.
The firm is eager to ensure the long-term success of its clients as a global corporation with a well-organized corporate government. The corporate governance structure helps to reduce costs, avoid risks and identify problems and strategic opportunities.
The Mossack Fonseca Group is proud to have highly dedicated lawyers. Each of them graduated with honors from different universities in Panama and abroad and has a master's and doctoral degree as well as vast experience in various legal issues.
The top feature of Mossack Fonseca Group is its decades of experience in business. In particular, it has 39 years of extensive experience and will continue to deliver excellent service to their clients. The firm's Panama Head Office has 24-hour service; and you can find their office in every continent, which proves their powerful international network. Its staff a member is consists of more than 500 experts around the world and all of them were service and research-oriented professionals. It's also the first ISO 9001 certified law firm in Panama and continues to follow strict due diligence requirements. It acquires "VeriSign" encryption and Central Bank standards for a secure technology platform. They're also motivated specialists seeking solutions for changing business environments. Their client considers their exclusive client portal as a beneficial treat.
You can have a peace of mind with the Mossack Fonseca & Co.'s client portal because it is 100% safe. They hold all their servers in-house to provide the most secure and latest protection available to their clients. The firm joined numerous companies and banks who depend on Verisign to keep their clients' information protected because it is considered the strongest encryption available with the most rigorous authentication standards in the world.
Along with those discussed above, the Mossack Fonseca Group will continue to provide top-notching services. You can visit their official website to have a better understanding of their firm.
Nuestros colegas de Mossack Fonseca Colombia estuvieron en el evento en Medellín, donde asistieron 350 personas de los gremios en temas tributarios mas importantes del pais como son los contadores, revisores fiscales y abogados tributarios organizada por la la Dirección de Impuestos y Aduanas Nacionales (DIAN).
Fundada en 1977, el grupo de Mossack Fonseca es una empresa global que proporciona servicios de contabilidad, fideicomiso y legal integral.
Con más de 500 miembros en cada continente, grupo Mossack Fonseca ofrece excelentes servicios basados en más de 35 años de experiencia. Como parte de su valor añadido, el grupo ofrece asesoramiento personalizado y una experiencia en línea de clase mundial a través de un Portal virtual del cliente que está disponible 24 horas al día. Nuestra aplicación cliente información Portal web permite a los clientes de las empresas en línea, verificar el estado de las empresas y pagar las facturas, además de otras transacciones.
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