Turning compliance into a competitive advantage

 

Creating a Compliant Organisation

 


 

Compliance is always a challenge. Being compliant is more important and ever more complicated as overlapping regulatory regimes extend their reach across multiple sectors. Turning compliance into a competitive advantage and not just a bureaucratic duty is our mission at Control Risks.

 

Big data, complex supply chains

Data proliferation adds to the complexity and vulnerabilities of global organisations that are geographically dispersed and intricately structured. Our technology solutions and cyber security professionals give you visibility and control of your information. Across the world they work alongside our CPAs, lawyers, fraud examiners, and former law enforcement officers to ensure that you create a truly compliant organisation.

 

Creating a compliance culture

With decades of experience in the world’s most challenging jurisdictions, we are under no illusion how tough it can be to have the certainty that your organisation is not just theoretically meeting abstract regulatory standards. Compliance departments need to have their voice heard among the many competing interests that influence corporate decision making. The team at Control Risks is designed to help you build an embedded compliance culture that can adjust to the changing demands of global business and regulators.

How we can help you

Due Diligence

Due Diligence

Fully contextualised due diligence for informed decision-making

Ethics Compliance Consulting

Ethics and Compliance Consulting

Understand, manage and mitigate your risks

Internal Controls Monitorships

Internal Controls and Monitorships

An integrated view of corporate compliance

Cyber Security Compliance

Cyber Security Compliance

Cyber security for you, your partners and targets

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