Collas Crill Compliance Ltd

Good corporate governance, proactive risk management and proportionate compliance with relevant rules and regulations are all essential components for operating a resilient business model.

Each governance, risk & compliance (GRC) aspect works together to form a strong base from which businesses can grow, while remaining resilient to changes both inside and outside of their control.

Collas Crill Compliance Limited (CCCL) provides GRC and AML/CFT services not only to Guernsey and Jersey regulated financial services businesses, but also to other businesses with compliance obligations such as estate agents, accountants and finance brokers.

CCCL can assist with the designing, building and implementation of a proportionate risk framework environment, as well as offer on-going services including:

      • GRC support
      • MLRO/MLCO role
      • Regulatory consultancy and support including the review of corporate governance processes and procedures
      • Regulatory review readiness health-checks
      • Onsite inspection preparation
      • Post-onsite inspection remediation
      • Training and development
      • Project work
Good corporate governance, proactive risk management and proportionate compliance with relevant rules are all essential components for operating a resilient business model.

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