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Agreement on a Mandatory Transparency Register

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 18 dicembre 2020

Bruxelles. The agreement establishes principles and rules for a coordinated approach to transparent and ethical interest representation at EU level, building a common culture of transparency while taking into account the signatory institutions’ respective specificities.The reinforced Transparency Register will apply to all three institutions, including the Council for the first time. Other European Union institutions and bodies can voluntarily use it too, thereby increasing the potential for greater transparency at EU level. The member states’ permanent representations will also take part through unilateral voluntary measures.Activities aimed at influencing the decision-making processes or the formulation or implementation of policy or legislation at EU-level will fall within the Transparency Register’s scope. The negotiators agreed on a non-exhaustive list that includes organising meetings or events, contributing to public consultations, communication campaigns, and preparing position papers or amendments. The same types of activities by third countries will also be covered, when they are carried out by entities without diplomatic status or through intermediaries. Interest representatives will have to declare the interests and objectives they promote, as well as to specify the clients they represent. All registrants will need to provide information on the resources that they devote to interest representation activities, with a new focus on sources of funding.Some activities will remain possible without registration, such as spontaneous meetings, providing information at the request of the institutions, legal advice, and activities by social partners, political parties, intergovernmental organisations or public authorities of the member states. However, associations and networks of such public authorities engaging in interest representation activities can register, if they choose to do so. In order to avoid unnecessary administrative burden, activities carried out by interest representatives exclusively on behalf of an association or network of which they are a part will be considered to be activities of that network or association.Each signatory institution will make registration of interest representatives a precondition for certain activities, and may put in place complementary transparency measures to encourage registration. In doing so, the institutions will ensure that those measures are consistent with the agreement and contribute to a high standard of transparent and ethical interest representation. All measures must be made publicly available on a dedicated webpage. You can read more on this in the relevant press release (7.12.2020).

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QuestSoft Named Top Workplace for Sixth Time by The Orange County Register

Posted by fidest press agency su martedì, 17 dicembre 2019

QuestSoft Corporation, the nation’s leading provider of automated mortgage compliance software, has once again been awarded a Top Workplace honor by The Orange County Register. QuestSoft will appear on the annual list for the sixth year. The Top Workplaces list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party independent survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools. The anonymous survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.
For nearly 25 years, QuestSoft has been an industry leader when it comes to simplifying lending compliance regulations impacting the mortgage industry. Their recent focus has revolved around the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), fair lending, automated compliance rules and verification services. As a result of having a strong presence in the industry, they provide more than 2,500 banks, credit unions and other financial institutions with automated lending compliance solutions.

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Global Electronic Cash Register Market 2019-2023

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 14 ottobre 2019

Technavio has been monitoring the global cash register market since 2018 and the market is poised to grow by USD 4.9 billion during 2019-2023, progressing at a CAGR of almost 8% during the forecast period. The market is driven by the adoption of electronic cash registers (ECRs) by SMEs. In addition, the shift toward cloud-based solutions is anticipated to further boost the growth of the global electronic cash register market. The market has been witnessing strong demand for ECRs from SMEs over recent years. Factors such as low-cost and easy availability have increased the adoption of ECRs among end-users. SMEs in the retail and hospitality sectors are increasing the use of ECRs in terminals to ensure faster checkouts. The rise in the number of checkout terminals in the retail and hospitality industries will increase the demand for ECRs. Morevoer, the large unorganized retail sector in developing countries such as China and India is providing significant growth opportunities for market vendors. Thus, the increasing adoption of ECRs by SMEs is one of the key factors driving the growth of the global electronic cash register market.

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Collaboration between Lloyd’s Register Energy and the Italian Association of Pressure Equipment achieves major step forward to support manufacturers in Italy

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 18 giugno 2015

milanodavedereAnnounced, a new Pressure Vessel Manufacturers Forum (PVMF) will take place on July 3rd in Milan to help drive collaboration and knowledge share for Italian manufacturers.In a drive to unite the interests of Italy’s pressure equipment manufacturers, the goal of the new Pressure Vessel Manufacturer Forum (PVMF) is to bring manufacturers together to share information on manufacturing techniques and trends, and to encourage and generate discussion and debate.It is a new industry group sponsored and organized by Lloyd’s Register Energy and the Italian Association of Pressure Equipment (AIPE) – Associazione italiana Pressure Equipment.“We invite all manufacturers of pressure equipment in Italy to join the PVMF on 3rd July in Milan, which promises to create a positive atmosphere for networking, collaboration and the sharing of knowledge,” says Federico Zanette, Sales and Marketing Representative for Lloyd’s Register Energy in Italy.
Zanette reinforced that the needs of manufacturers across Italy are at the core of this initiative. Its focus on uniting manufacturers will demonstrate to the wider world the importance of how working collectively together for the combined interests of manufacturers, will positively impact Italy’s growing competitive manufacturing sector and its performance long term.Luca Tosto, President of AIPE, says: “We believe PVMF offers one of the most relevant events of the sector and we are very glad that it will be replicated in Italy with Lloyd’s Register Energy’s support.“We expect a high attendance and an active participation of many leading companies – collectively giving every attendee the opportunity to discuss business trends, explore potential markets and new collaborations.”Tosto expects the reaction from the market to be extremely positive and will illustrate Lloyd’s Register Energy’s and AIPE’s ability to provide industry-focused solutions tied to manufacturer’s business objectives.The Italian PVMF event follows a similar model that has been successful in the United Kingdom, also started by Lloyd’s Register Energy. That group has a growing attendance of 17 members and 3 affiliate members spanning Scotland, Wales and England.

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