Compliance can be defined as a business effort to achieve and maintain conformity with a set of rules, laws, policies, methods set by governments, regulating bodies and agencies.


Corporate Compliance

Every country has different rules to start a business and stay in business. From entity registration to executive management duties, your company must be prepared for a new environment.

Regulatory Compliance

Certain industry sectors require approval from regulating bodies to be allowed to conduct business. In any case, your business must obtain a business license. Healthcare and education are certainly examples of businesses that must adheres to strict rules.

Tax Compliance

Once in business, a company has tax reporting obligations. Operations in the U.S mean the U.S entity must report accounting in GAAP. This will then be incorporated into the foreign parent company. Tax strategy is an important consideration before starting operating in the U.S

Medical Compliance

All medical devices, in any market must meet compliance standards before they can be authorized to be used by the public or professionals. The approval is given in the U.S by the F.D.A. Europe has its own bodies, it may also be necessary to have a country specific approval depending on the product or the market.

Personnel Licensing

Some industries requires workers to be licensed. This is the case for healthcare. If you or your company decides to work in a country other than the country where the license was issued, a new licensing process must take place. We can assist you with securing a professional license to work abroad.

HR Compliance

Every country has different labor laws. It is very important to consider those rules to avoid unnecessary legal challenges and lawsuits. Some areas of focus should include discrimination laws, workers compensation laws, benefits as well as health insurance.