At Aria Grace Law, we have a team of compliance specialists with an astute understanding of legal and regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions. While we are based in London, our model allows us to help clients across the globe.
WHAT DOES YOUR ORGANISATION NEED TO KNOW?
Whether you're a start-up or an established large organisation, it is critical that you put in place measures to comply with Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery and Corruption and Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking legal requirements.
Failure to adhere to these requirements can result in regulatory enforcement action (whether it be civil and/or criminal penalties) for your organisation, personal liability for key persons and the potential revocation of your operating license. You could have also lost management time in dealing with violations, damaged employee morale, diminished shareholders' trust and confidence and also caused serious harm to your public image in the process – this all goes to value. At Aria Grace Law, we want to make sure that this does not happen to you and have a team of knowledgeable lawyers (who are also experienced compliance officers) that can advise you on how to be cost efficient and effective in your compliance obligations, and ultimately turn these into a selling point for your organisation.
WE CAN BUILD ENTIRE COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
We can help you to build or further develop your Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery and Corruption and Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking programs by:
Conducting a gap analysis across your existing program (if one exists) against current law and regulation.
Considering and drafting a tailor-made risk assessment for your business.
Creating a governance model that works for your business.
Drafting policies, procedures and public statements (i.e., on gifts, entertainment, third party suppliers etc.).
Updating relevant contracts (i.e., employment contracts, supplier contracts etc.).
Formulating a strategy on training and communications (as well as preparing the content).
Supporting you when engaging with external auditors and regulators (i.e., by preparing you for interaction with these organisations and attending any meetings).