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The laws surrounding transfer pricing are becoming ever more complex, as tax affairs of multinational companies are facing scrutiny from media, regulators and the public
Tax policies are constantly evolving and there are a number of complex changes on the horizon that could significantly affect your business.
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Understanding cyber risk for asset managers and owners.
Across the world, tenants have increasing expectations of intelligent buildings, providing them access to technology and automated systems, from online storage to health and safety, communications, climate control, lighting, security and more.
As an example, around 20% of the UK’s commercial buildings are defined as ‘smart’, and the world’s smart building market is expected to be worth up to $24.73 billion by 2021. As an asset owner, huge gains can come from the automation and optimisation of services and increasing the sustainability rating of the asset.
Despite adding value, the increased connectivity of these smart services can have a negative side – they can open up those who occupy them to a higher risk of cyber attack through ‘disruption of service’ or potential gateways to data. The threat exists for all asset classes across the real estate industry: office and apartment blocks, data centres, industrial sites, and even public spaces like hospitals, universities, hotels and shopping centres.
As we describe in our recent Grant Thornton report 'Locking down the value of data' one of the biggest challenges facing today’s leaders is ensuring that their businesses can anticipate and mitigate cyber risk. As an asset manager or owner, while the risk is primarily with your tenants, the impact on the building’s reputation and your own if an attack occurs could be devastating. Therefore, the issue of cyber security should be squarely on the boardroom table of building owners and management companies.
In this article, describe why cyber risk management and data protection need to be key elements of the investment in smart buildings at all stages of the asset lifecycle.
For more information, contact , Sunil Chand or one of the specialist team from across our member firm network.