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As we near the end of the year, one of the biggest stories in latest weeks has been the Equifax data hack that affected 694,000 UK customers. To learn about the implications that the breach will have on the Financial services sector, this month Finance Monthly reached out to Andy Barratt, Managing Principal Financial Services & Payment Solution Assessment at cybersecurity consultancy Coalfire . Our latest edition also benefits from tips on how to safeguard against fraud, as well as how FinTech and E-commerce can profit from Brexit.
For our cover story, we interviewed Joseph Pacini – the CEO and Co-Founder of XIO Group – a company dedicated to identifying and investing in market-leading and highpreforming businesses located across Europe and North America. We also heard from KPMG Luxembourg, in regards to tax governance and transformation in the Alternative Investment industry.
October saw the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history, when 59 people were killed at the Route 91 Harvestmusic festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. In light of this tragic event (and not only), this month Finance Monthly looks at the economic impact of gun violence and mass shootings in the United States and asks the question: ‘Are mass shootings the ‘new normal’?’.