Organizations often claim that their most important assets are their people and studies have indicated this to be true.

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When the going gets tough, the tough get going By Alvin Manuel, Shaun Cusi, and Dawn Casocot February 17, 2020

When the going gets tough, the tough get going Suits The C-Suite By Alvin Manuel, Shaun Cusi, and Dawn Casocot Business World (2/17/2020 – P. S1-4) Just over the course of one month into 2020 and the world has been bombarded with a flurry of disasters and unforeseen events. Headlines have been filled with alarming […]

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Banks rate cybersecurity as top concern By Philip B. Casanova February 10, 2020

Board members and Chief Risk Officers (CROs) of banks and other financial institutions have identified cybersecurity as their top short-term (12 months) risk priority.

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Transfer pricing and tax avoidance: What does the CITIRA bill say? By Ana Katrina C. Celis-De Jesus February 03, 2020

Government investment promotion agencies offer tax incentives to attract investors.

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Rising from the ashes: How to claim tax relief from Taal’s unrest By Pamela Lantes-Arellano January 27, 2020

The Philippines is vulnerable to natural calamities due to its geographical location.

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Estate tax amnesty for non-resident Pinoys: Yay or nay? By Betheena Dizon January 20, 2020

Among all the internal revenue taxes imposed in the Philippines, estate tax is arguably one of the most neglected.

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Smart, savvy and strategic cyber risk management By Nathaniel F. Dizon January 14, 2020

We regularly hear and read about hacks, security breaches and similar cybersecurity incidents that expose vulnerabilities in corporate and government digital security systems.

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