Global Regulatory Compliance Management

Aeren lpo
2 min readFeb 3, 2020

Global Regulatory Compliance Management becomes the pre-requisite now with the world getting smaller every day.

People all over are moving across countries and at the same time expanding and broadening their horizons on the way they do business and live.

What is global regulatory compliance management?

Global Regulatory Compliance Management guides in adhering to global norms and act in accordance with the standards and regulations. This ensures the double criteria of business taking place ethically and also heeds and upholds the individual country or state’s cross geographical socio-economic interests.

Flouting of regulatory compliances incurs heavy losses both monetarily by fines stipulated by government or suits made by clients or competitors. You just do not end up with huge losses, however, end up making a dent on the brand value and thus eventually brings down the business

Adequate measures both preventive and also counter steps to cut your losses to the minimum the Global Regulatory Compliance Management places the comprehensive regulatory measures which can be proven as a guide to safeguard the interests of the business, the countries involved and the clients.

How is regulatory compliance ensured?

· Making a library of globally practiced regulations and compliances.

· Conduct frequent audits to add or delete to the existing library when new rules are formed and some made obsolete.

· Determine what regulatory compliances are required and necessary for a given client.

· Record and document to keep track of the regulations applied.

· Make quality check audits frequently both in-house and in every extended place the business is being conducted.

· A special signature team to double-check and monitor regulatory compliance adherence.

· Train and educate the team on regulation adherence in every step of the process.

When a good regulation and compliance is done and carried out, it sees to that

1. Identify areas neglecting /missing compliance.

2. Taking measures to prevent any further non-compliances.

3. Regularly monitoring the process.

4. Detect at the earliest for any norms being flouted.

5. Make resolutions to mitigate risks due to non- adherence.

6. Keep in place an advisory committee to safeguard the business from non-compliance.

Regulations and compliances by the government globally and at home, statutes of law across the geographical boundaries and the organizations own should be dutifully bounded without lax, negligence or oversight.

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