We help commercial and retail banks, investment banks, financial services firms, and FinTech companies and other non-financial obliged entities face the challenge of complying with international financial crime regulations.
K2 Integrity’s multilingual, multidisciplinary regulatory, compliance, and anti-money laundering (AML) professionals have experience with international standards, leading industry practices, and country-specific requirements across 100 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), including those 28 countries following EU directives, as well as with U.S. crime prevention rules such as those promulgated by the USA PATRIOT Act, the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
We work closely with financial entities operating internationally in highly regulated, complex industries to evaluate their compliance frameworks in order to build, maintain, and mature their AML, combating the financing of terrorism (CFT), anti-bribery and corruption (ABC), risk management, and regulatory compliance programs. Leveraging decades of experience in concert with cutting-edge technology, we provide clients with the specific relevant knowledge needed to mitigate reputational and regulatory risk.
With regulatory frameworks constantly evolving, it is critical for an organization to have a 360-degree, global view of its compliance practices. To this end, our dedicated support teams assist not only in the identification of issues but also with their ongoing resolution. Our seasoned professionals assess, review, enhance, test, and validate our clients’ compliance programs and mitigate the risk to their businesses and reputations. We guide our clients’ responses to regulatory investigations and communications with regulators, and design remediation of identified compliance gaps.
With deep experience in the global and U.S. policy, enforcement, and regulatory fields, we architect novel strategies, structures, and solutions for emerging risks and financial integrity challenges and often assist jurisdictional authorities, institutional leadership, boardrooms, and senior executive management teams in developing or refining economic, financial, business, and risk management strategies to strengthen their systems and capabilities.