Our regulatory advice team provides guidance to clients facing compliance, governance, and risk management matters. Our teams are tailored depending on the client’s industry and its specific needs, and we work in close collaboration with the industry dedicated advisory team from the PwC Advisory service line to deliver comprehensive and business-oriented advice.
Our range of services includes:
Support during engagements with regulators, including licensing processes, notification obligations, regulatory reviews and audits;
A to Z overview of regulatory and compliance requirements concerning new investments into Greece;
Advice on general regulatory frameworks and ongoing compliance monitoring;
Review and assessment of existing compliance regimes, internal policies, standards and procedures;
In an increasingly evolving and complex regulatory landscape, a strong compliance framework combined with comprehensive, accurate and proactive advice is a key factor for businesses to be able to adapt to regulatory change and the growing pressure from regulatory bodies.
We assist our local and multinational clients, which include companies, funds and credit institutions, to identify their obligations and risks, and deal effectively and creatively with regulatory and compliance issues.
Our portfolio of recent mandates includes:
Advising a banking institution’s representative office regarding the regulatory implications of extending its activities in Greece;
Advising a consortium of companies, which was selected as contractor for the construction of an International Airport, regarding the legal structure and financing of their operations, and the regulatory environment of the envisaged activities;
Supporting a Loan Servicing Company in obtaining an establishment and operations license from the Bank of Greece;
Advising an EUbased banking institution in regulatory matters related to the direct provision of financial services in Greece by passporting;
Supporting two Real Estate Investment Companies through their licensing process before the Hellenic Capital Market Committee.