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Regulatory and compliance

Corporate compliance is a high priority for every company. Compliance is not only about managing risk well; it is also about competitive advantage.

Compliance should not hinder business, it should support it, and Andersen advises on how to mitigate operational and regulatory risks without sacrificing profitability. We help you understand the legal requirements so that company management and other employees can take appropriate and lawful action and help you implement measures in line with your existing business processes. We can advise you on domestic and international corporate issues, including corporate law, sector-specific regulations, relevant listing rules, liability and risks for board members and senior executives, etc.

Our multidisciplinary team provides advice on complex regulatory matters in the following issues:

  • Anti-Money Laundering,
  • Banking & Finance,
  • Bribery & Corruption,
  • Consumer protection,
  • Corporate,
  • Employment Compliance,
  • Energy,
  • Environment,
  • GDPR & Data Protection,
  • Pharmaceuticals,
  • Product liability & product safety,
  • Real Estate, Construction and Infrastructure,
  • Tax,
  • Telecommunications, media and technology,
  • White Collar and Corporate Crime and
  • any other sector-specific regulations.


  • Due diligence of the company’s current state of compliance with external regulatory and legal requirements and internal policies and regulations,
  • Advising and implementing compliance across all areas of the company’s operations and industries,
  • Preparation of corporate governance guidelines,
  • Preparation or updating the company manual and compliance plans,
  • Advising on compliance on specific issues, including anti-bribery and anti-corruption,
  • Reviewing and advising on the setting of standards for external communications,
  • Organizing and conducting regular training and coaching for employees,
  • Advising and representing in proceedings for compliance breaches.