How will GDPR affect accountants in practice?Trusted answers on GDPR for accountants

Insight into GDPR for accountants

By 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be reality and will apply across the UK. The aim of GDPR is to bring data protection standards up-to-date, ensuring that all EU citizens are protected appropriately from privacy and data breaches.

GDPR for accountants will bring both challenges and opportunities. We’ve created a single resource for UK accountants in practice with clear information, valuable insight, and trusted answers from industry-leading experts.

Thomson Reuters is committed to protecting personal data as required by applicable privacy legislation including the GDPR. This is supported by a core team of privacy experts, employee data privacy and information security training and our privacy compliance program which is led by our Privacy Office.

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