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EQ Boardroom

EQ Bulletin – April 2021

01 April 2021

Welcome to our monthly bulletin of what’s happening within the regulatory environment that impacts the share registration and employee share plans space.

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Credit Services

The Changing Landscape Of Specialist Lending: Are Traditional Mortgage Products Still Cutting It?

01 April 2021

Our panel of industry experts will discuss what is driving this market, where the opportunities are for lenders and how new regulation might affect industry progress?

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Employee Services

Using Total Reward Statements To Motivate Employees

30 March 2021

Why do you offer an employee benefits scheme? However large or small your business, the aim of providing an attractive reward package is to motivate talented individuals to join the company, to remain loyal to the company, and to do the best job they can.

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Customer Experience And Bereavement - Three Key Areas Of Focus

23 March 2021

Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be one of the most difficult and challenging times a family will ever have to face. As well as the emotional impact, many will find themselves in a place they have never been before with many aspects of what to do and how to do it unknown.

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Developing An Inclusive User Experience (UX) In The World Of Digital Government

18 March 2021

Digital government services by their very nature serve a large, varied audience, with a broad range of user needs. Ensuring inclusivity by meeting the needs of every citizen can be a challenge. However adhering to UX (user experience) principles can help design a service fit for all.

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Business Continuity

Receivables Finance – Bolstering SMEs In The US

17 March 2021

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the US receivables finance market has remained strong, with 40% of firms reporting an increase in demand, and almost a quarter (22%) reporting an increase of up to 50%.

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