Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance should start by identifying and establishing the inventory of all-inclusive requirements and such requirements should be divided into appropriate task components assignable to specific staff. Preventing failure by specific staff involving assigned jobs could be achieved by having a proper set of defenses in any entity’s governance structure, where the compliance officer and internal audit should act as the second and third layer of defense. Ultimately none of the mistakes should go undetected within the organization and the organization as a whole should run as a compliant entity keeping proper check and balance while establishing a culture of accountability. Most of the time, small businesses take the governance and internal control as a documentation phenomenon instead of being a tool to achieve organization-wide risk management objective. It creates inconsistent manual operation controlled by few of the staffs having no check and balance in reality. We can help you to address it in an integrated manner in align with your business nature, its environment, and available resources. We may help you in shaping your compliance programs and standard operating procedures.
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