Compliance Receiverships and Monitoring
Our professionals have extensive experience in structuring, implementing, managing, and advising on all aspects of compliance programs for organizations and enterprises across the spectrum of industries, sizes, and types. Gemean combines operational experience with industry-leading data analysis, risk management, information technology, auditing, and business operations expertise. This interdisciplinary competence enables Gemean to design and assist in implementing programs that integrate governance, risk, and compliance principles and enterprise systems, to ensure that potential compliance lapses are quickly identified and effectively addressed. We recognize that each organization’s processes and procedures are unique and require tailored solutions to respond appropriately when compliance issues occur.
- Audits and Monitoring – A company must audit and monitor adherence to Compliance and ethics principles and processes to ensure actual observance of compliance requirements.
- Risk Management and Assessments – Compliance programs are effective only if tailored to address the associated risks that may impact an organization.
- Internal Investigations and Remediation – How an organization investigates, and addresses incidents can differentiate between a successful resolution and further internal difficulties.
- Technologies and Tools – Effective management of compliance programs require real-time, data-driven tools and technologies to identify issues and analyze trends quickly.
- Third-party Oversight – Failure to ensure third parties act appropriately and ethically can result in severe negative consequences for an organization.
- Internal Controls and Risk Assessments – Internal controls play a critical role in public and private companies because they establish safeguards to an organization’s assets and minimize the opportunities to commit fraud and allow errors to go undetected. Internal controls are foundational to reliable financial reporting, and deficient controls can lay the groundwork or create the opportunity for future misstatement or misconduct.