The right entity management technology will allow your finance team to better visualize the breakout of their subsidiaries to figure out financial breakdown
Corporate paralegals are required to sort out the complicated legal details of mergers and acquisitions, governance, compliance for entity management.
Assembling the right legal team for your organization's entity management requires you to look beyond your prospective hires’ legal credentials.
Conflicts of interest are a subset of what’s broadly recognized as market abuse and occur when a director’s interest interferes with company interests.
Following the best practices of corporate financial management will better allow your organization to manage their entities and ensure global success and compliance.
A legal entity management framework accomplishes three objectives: ensuring compliance, managing risk and valuation of the internal legal department. It should provide a clear database for entity management needs.
Without a reliable entity management technology platform, legal teams are deprived of the accurate data and information they need.
Corporate financial managers plan, organize, direct and control the financial activities of an enterprise. The details of their operations are more complex and principles are still pretty simple.
Understanding how to take an integrated approach to governance, risk management and compliance will make your legal entity management approach more agile.
SMCR has two aims: to ensure everyone acting within financial institutions is “fit and proper” to do the work they are assigned, and to ensure banks and investment firms are not taking risks that are unreasonable to their investors, clientele and the wider financial markets.
Data is a very valuable resource for your organization. It can give insights not only into the performance of your entities, but also how your customers interact with your products.
Automated compliance software allows for better tracking to streamline the entire entity management process and ensure legal compliance.