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  • 27 November 2017

    The Rise of Cybercrime

    With the annual losses from fraud for UK businesses estimated to be £98 billion1, it’s no wonder that more and more businesses are considering cyber insurance.  This isn’t just an issue for large businesses either, with 74% of SMEs experiencing a cyber-attack in 2015.2

    Cybercrime
  • 23 November 2017

    Budget 2017: Capital Gains Tax update – are you exposed?

    The Chancellor has just announced significant changes to the tax treatment of offshore property transactions. Sellers will now pay corporation tax on their gain from April 2019, regardless of whether they are UK resident.

    Capital Gains Tax update
  • 23 November 2017

    GDPR and the retaining of records for professional indemnity claims – a clash of interests?

    At Gallagher we can see an interesting conflict arising when the new data protection reforms come into force in May next year. While the implications of GDPR for law firms are very broad, in this article, we will focus specifically on compliance with the reforms versus the need to have suitable records to defend negligence claims.

    GDPR Professional Indemnity
  • 22 November 2017

    Continuing focus on adequate and compliant insurances

    Ever increasing workloads and time pressures on contractors can lead to an increased reliance on temporary and subcontracted labour. Such workers are usually provided on a “labour-only” basis, often via work agencies. Day-to-day work instructions will typically be given by the contractor’s own site management directly to the workers, with or without a foreman’s involvement.

    Continuing focus on adequate and compliant insurances
  • 16 November 2017

    Gallagher invests in new Inverness hub for Highlands & Islands

    Gallagher has relocated to new offices in Inverness to improve accessibility, better serve local businesses and support its wider growth agenda for the Highlands & Islands.

    New Inverness office Duncan House
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