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Our governance team was established to unite our compliance, risk and internal audit offering under one banner. We work collaboratively with our client’s different business lines in order to provide specialised and catered services, understanding how each CRO, CCO or CIAO likes to establish their department.

Our consultants are experts in their fields and work alongside their clients who operate in a variety of industries including commerce and industry, global banking institutions, asset managers, money services businesses, consumer credit and challenger banks as well as professional consultancies.

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