Compliance and non-financial risks

Regulatory changes and a constantly evolving market have shone a greater spotlight on non-financial risks, such as legal, reputational and technology risks. The potential legal liabilities and related costs are often not immediately apparent and can affect multiple aspects of a business.

We help companies and public authorities promote a compliance culture by advising them on the design and implementation of management systems and corporate compliance program organizational models.

By tailoring our flexible work methodology to specific legal requirements, we help clients develop the internal control measures they need to implement and simultaneously analyze and assess their non-financial (ESG) risks.

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