Together We Can
Charities and non-for profit organisations face a unique range of legal, regulatory and commercial challenges.
Our International Charity Law Department adopts a tailored approach in providing specialist advice to its client. Our experienced team of professionals and the global partners we collaborate with advise in matters related to financial crimes compliance, i.e., anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and corruption and sanctions, reputation management, crisis management, public relations and strategic communications, anti-terrorism regulations as
well as help clients meet regulatory expectations to detect and prevent undesirable situations.
We have advised national and international based charities, NGOs, INGOs on international compliance requirements and established their compliance departments to international standards. Our team has been and is working with several highly prominent charities that operate in over 80 countries around the world. We assiduously provide our clients with around the clock support. Members of our team have acted as trustees for UK and international charities, ideally
positioning them to empathetically approach your organisational needs and provide the most suitable and optimal solution.
We will help put in place robust financial and regulatory compliance policies and procedures in accordance with international standards. We provide advice to newly established charities on issues of governance and compliance management, helping them put in place key documentation relating to this. We also provide reviews of the said documentation to ensure that the charity’s policies and procedures always remain up to date and effective.
The Legal Team
International Legal Consultant, Strategist & Project Development
Associated Independent Counsel
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