Regulatory compliance presents increasing challenges for businesses. The regulatory environment requiring deep complex knowledge accompanied by changes in the regulatory base create conditions for corporate errors to occur, and these in turn can lead to financial losses and reputational crisis.
Experienced Lewben experts closely follow the latest legislation, directives and developments in information recording and filing systems, so that they can offer the most effective solutions to business operators. Our specialists find cost-effective solutions that help manage risks and ensure compliance with the requirements in the field of money laundering and terrorist financing prevention, GDPR and competition law.
Prevention of money laundering is now a priority area throughout the EU, making Lewben services increasingly relevant in terms of compliance of corporate financial operations with the Law on Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. International financial operations will be safer by ensuring qualified screening of contractors in trade transactions and assessing their compliance with the requirements of the Law on Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. Our team of experts is also ready to advise and provide services related to the provisions of the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID).
For companies or groups of companies that engage in projects with entities operating in regulated markets, we prepare ultimate beneficial owner files Know Your Customer. We advise clients involved in international activities on various issues of compliance with the requirements set out in international contract law and directives (AMLD, ATAD, BEPS, GAAR, and CFC).
The entry into force of the obligation to register ultimate beneficial owner (UBO) information in the State Enterprise Centre of Registers’ subsystem JANGIS poses serious challenges for numerous corporate entities. Lewben’s team of experts has delved into the legal framework governing the register of ultimate beneficial owners, thus it can ensure proper registration of relevant information and submission of the required documents and therefore avoid the risk that failure to provide accurate data will result in banking limitations. Read more here.