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The battle against financial crime is a major issue at both international and national levels. This has led to a legislative inflation focusing on both the criminal enforcement of economic, financial and corporate misconduct and on the prevention of the use of the private sector for unlawful purposes. This dual and self-reinforcing movement has resulted in an ongoing increase in responsibilities and liability risks for the private sector on both the prevention and enforcement aspects.
Compliance4Business assists global and local clients pertaining to a wide range of industries and with a variety of legal and regulatory frameworks to develop proactive financial crime prevention compliance programs that mitigate risks and exposure. This includes understanding applicable rules and principles, prudential requirements, market practices, and business opportunities furthering a pragmatic and business-oriented compliant approach.
We work closely with our clients in conducting risk assessments, implementing tailored compliance internal organisations, and in establishing risk-based policies, procedures, controls and ongoing due diligence measures.
Moreover, we also give advice on specific legal issues, such as on regulatory and criminal liability risks. A very specific part of our expertise is related to the key issues linked to complex bank openings. That includes the drafting of compliance memorandums detailing the specific risks and establishing an in depth Customer Due Diligence and transaction analysis. Such memorandum will help both parties (institution and client) understand the inherent risks linked to commercial relationships, bank openings and financial activity in its whole. This may also concern new financial services (e.g. the acceptability of crypto-assets, cross-border repatriations or complex international transactions).
Our experts are used to coordinating projects (Project Management), setting up related departments and/or endorse internal key functions such as AMLCO, Fraud Officer, KYC/CDD Analyst or Compliance Officer (outsourcing principles).