Helping to prevent, detect and respond to the risks of regulatory noncompliance and costly enforcement actions.
Prevent and respond to the risks of regulatory noncompliance and enforcement actions.
Companies are facing intense pressure from increasing regulation and extensive reviews, audits, investigations, and litigation.
Whether dealing with an urgent issue or addressing compliance more broadly, organizations need to have comprehensive programs in place to address their risks of noncompliance with laws, regulations, conditions of participation, internal company policies, and contracts.
Drawing on our experience with clients and regulators, our team helps you prevent, detect, and respond appropriately to noncompliance with regulatory requirements.
Anti-Bribery & Corruption
Global enforcement of ABC laws has increased the frequency, size of fines and penalties, and the effort required by multinational companies to stay compliant with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.K. Bribery Act and similar statutes, such as the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, adopted by the 34 OECD member countries and several non-member countries.
Our team will respond to the cross-border aspects of potential violations. We have extensive cross-border experience and the tools to fully investigate allegations of bribery, corruption, and other misconduct.
Data & Analytics
KPMG’s advanced data analytics tools and market-leading methodologies can help limit exposure to bribery and corruption. We know how and where to look—and how to help you migrate from reactive information overload to proactive, sustainable information intelligence.
The need for effective Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and sanctions compliance systems and controls is well known, as are the severe penalties for firms failing to comply.
KPMG has provided AML assessments worldwide, and contributed to some of the largest AML investigations and program rehabilitations in recent history. Whether assisting a financial institution proactively seeking to improve its program or reactively responding to a regulatory order, we provide assistance to address many areas of AML program improvement sought by the financial community.
KPMG uses economic arguments, supported by numbers, to build compelling cases for our clients in disputes, in negotiations with regulators and in discussions with antitrust authorities. In addition, we draw on a wide range of skills including accounting, knowledge of the regulatory process and current business environment to produce persuasive arguments supported by the strongest evidence available.
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