Security of assets legislation


The current relevant legislation, regulations and codes of practice in the field of protecting private and public assets.

Alternative labels

security of holdings rules
security of holdings legislation
security of holdings laws
assets legislation security
security of asset legislation

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Relationships with occupations

Essential knowledge

Security of assets legislation is an essential knowledge of the following occupations:

Business valuer: Business valuers provide valuation assessements of business entities, stock and other securities and intangible assets, in order to assist their clients in strategic decision-making procedures such as mergers and acquisitions, litigation cases, bankruptcy, taxation compliance and general restructuring of the companies.
Security consultant: Security consultants provide security services to clients and individuals that help them preventing, planning and mitigating threats such as terrorism, espionage, theft, and violence to their organisation, including the buildings, operations, and employees. The services they provide depend on their clients’ security needs and requirements and may include services such as threat analysis, security risk management, security programme development.
Brokerage firm director:
Brokerage firm directors organise the activities and the people involved in securities trading. They envision strategies aimed at increasing the efficiency of asset trading with a focus on profitability. They may also advise clients on appropriate trades.

Optional knowledge

Security of assets legislation is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this knowledge may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.




  1. Security of assets legislation – ESCO


Last updated on September 20, 2022