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In an increasingly regulated business environment, where companies will likely have to comply with at least 100 pieces of primary legislation in any specific industry, businesses cannot afford to comply without considering the costs and implications of compliance

Commercial Law

In an increasingly regulated business environment, where companies will likely have to comply with at least 100 pieces of primary legislation in any specific industry and the fact that expansion into Africa has created the need to understand and incorporate compliance requirements in African jurisdictions in which expansion is considered, means that business cannot afford to comply without considering the costs of compliance and the business implications of the required compliance.

Practical end-to-end solutions for large scale regulatory compliance need to move compliance from risk mitigation to a business tool: address regulatory compliance by consolidating legislative obligations across different pieces of legislation and create business value when implemented. The regulatory universe accepted should likely consider; African regulatory compliance, intellectual property rights including optimisation, competition law, consumer protection law, company law, mining law and broad based economic empowerment.

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