There is no one common definition of compliance. However it goes without saying that for a company to be and stay compliant nowadays is very important. Why? The short answer: to exclude or at least minimise negative legal consequences including corporate criminal liability. Therefore, a company and employees really must follow the laws, regulations, standards, and ethical practices that apply to your organisation. Working with me, you can be sure that any potential for wrongdoing is spotted and violations are timely detected. What is more, I can bring together a team that covers all areas of compliance, from tax to employment, so your needs are fully met.
I draft compliance policies for anti-bribery and corruption prevention and assist you in implementing them. I undertake integrity due diligence to understand third party corruption risks and prepare guidelines for checks on business partners.
My clients have entrusted us with conducting a broad range of investigations. We carry out fraud investigations and assess risks of contracts and money transactions, provide clients with compliance tools, and represent them before public authorities. I support them through a crisis and get them back to normal operations. In disputes, I can offer a full range of services, starting with a full company litigation risk due diligence.
I can help to make sure that corporate governance delivers the benefits it should for my clients. As a service in its own right, I offer extensive help to company managers and owners, advising on: operating principles for managing and supervisory boards, liability and disclosure-related issues, document storage, and corporate resolution templates.
My expert team supports you with setting up an internal compliance framework that meets your needs. I advise on maintaining a register of incidents and help to deal with them, establish internal procedures, also ensure smooth communication between your employees and law enforcement bodies. If you wish to create or improve an internal whistleblowing channel – such as a phone or e-mail hotline – you can trust me in making the system work, while whistle-blowers can trust in their safety being guaranteed.