One consequence of globalisation is the increased complexity of legal and regulatory compliance, with ever-evolving local and international regulatory, consumer, investor and other key stakeholders’ expectations on good corporate ethics. What has been consistent is the global push to increase corporate transparency and that those falling foul of expectations are seeing a rise in the costs of non-compliance.
At Tiang & Partners we are uniquely positioned to provide clients with advice throughout the regulatory cycle – from the proactive design and implementation of policies and procedures to the reactive response to whistleblower concerns or regulatory intervention. We collaborate with our partners across PwC’s extensive legal network as well as other specialists in PwC, such as Assurance, Cyber, Forensic or Tax advisors, to offer clients a total and holistic, local and international solution to their compliance and regulatory needs.
We are more than legal advisers, we speak the language of compliance. Our team at Tiang & Partners is made up of former senior in-house counsel, experienced advisers who have worked for companies in multiple jurisdictions across Asia, Europe and the US. We therefore understand the importance of carefully balancing good corporate compliance with sensible implementation, avoiding unnecessary disruption or innovation whilst at the same time managing corporate risks. Our team also includes ex-regulators, providing us with unique insights into government expectations, further allowing us to support on designing and implementing reasonable and proportionate regulatory frameworks. Which is why we become trusted advisors to our clients.
In Hong Kong and China our practice is diverse but below are some key areas of focus:
Should you have any compliance concerns or queries, do contact one of our experts below. Our unique global and multi-disciplinary compliance team is ready to help keep you on top of the ever-changing regulatory landscape.
In preparation of the China’s first Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), we have prepared a bilingual flyer to discuss the new China data privacy compliance requirements.