If we can talk about the most important consequence resulting from different industry specific crisis (e.g. banking crisis, dieselgate), it is certainly the rise of the regulatory management discipline. With the drastic sanctioning of systematic and individual violations against a simultaneously growing number of non-trivial regulations, this discipline has achieved a complexity that can not only influence the risk profile but more important the profitability of a company or business model. Non-compliance has become the showstopper of many products / services and of course management careers culminating frequently in drastic individual sanctions from outside and inside a corporation. It is therefore on the top management agenda. The question now is: With which products or services and in which markets can a company generate profit in the long term - under strict adherence to regulatory requirements and the law?
An effective but also efficient regulatory management has become a core successor. It involves a multitude of frequently changing technical, technical and organizational changes, which must be strategically and tactically / operationally controlled, the costs of implementation and operation should not systematically reduce the bank's revenues. That is why we speak of the Chief Regulatory Management Office (CRegO).
4C GROUP offers a CRegO support in core area with high risk potential: compliance, anti-money laundering (AML), embargoes & sanctions as well as anti-fraud, anti-bribery, anti-corruption) as well as regulatory management change initiatives. By combining professional with methodical know-how as well as with many years of experience, 4C creates added value within the framework of an efficient and on-target implementation. In addition, we are actively involved in the potential impact and opportunities of digitization in regulatory management and are actively pursuing RegTech solutions that can drastically reduce the risks and operational costs of our customers by proactively monitoring regulatory compliance. We call that regulatory excellence.
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In consulting creating benefit for a customer is considered to be a given. In practice, this is not necessarily the case. At least according to Dr. Heiko Mauterer's experience in several management positions in banking. Creating true value is a key concept for him, that determines his thinking as well as his work with his clients. If applicable, all benefit aspects - in his eyes - are to be quantified and made measurable. And that's also not self-evident.
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