Your company does things by the book. You are a business owner with impeccable ethics who would never engage in corrupt practices or involve themselves in money laundering. But if you are not establishing and implement sound and comprehensive anti-corruption and anti-money laundering programs and policies, you can quickly - and inadvertently - find your business in grave peril.

Whether you know it or not, your company and its myriad transactions are subject to a complex web of domestic and international laws and regulations designed to prevent and expose corrupt business and financial activities. Failure to abide by any of these obligations can result in civil or criminal penalties which could pose an existential threat to your company’s survival.

That is why it is critical that you retain experienced counsel to develop and implement robust but cost-effective programs for your company that minimize the risk of running afoul of these obligations. If your company does find itself in the crosshairs of regulatory authorities, you also need counsel who knows how to defend your company’s interests, finances, and reputation.

South Florida companies of all sizes and in any industry can turn to the compliance counsel of Groisman Law to protect them from anti-corruption and anti-money laundering liability. We combine deep experience with domestic and international regulatory regimes with the agility and focus afforded by our smaller size.

Anti-Money Laundering

Groisman Law provides seasoned guidance on all aspects of anti-money laundering (AML) laws, rules and regulations. We help companies craft and implement robust compliance programs and conduct audits, due diligence, and investigations. Our team is adapt at uncovering hidden risks and the facilitation of proactive remedial actions.  

We focus on providing clients with workable, efficient, and uniform internal procedures which address all applicable regulatory requirements. This includes conducting compliance audits and providing training on such protocols as:

  • Customer Identification Programs (CIP)
  • Know-Your-Customer Rules (KYC)
  • Suspicious Activities Reports (SARs)
  • Bank Secrecy reporting
  • OFAC/control list compliance
  • Information requests from the U.S. government.   

Groisman Law also stands ready to interface with regulatory authorities conducting investigations or enforcement actions, and assertively defend our clients in any proceedings which threaten our clients with fines, sanctions, or other liabilities. We often partner with former government and law enforcement officials, where appropriate, to provide our clients with practical, easy to follow guidelines and practices, which keep them on the right side of the law in this complex field.

Anti-Corruption/FCPA

Our lawyers also have extensive experience across the full scope of anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act and other international anti-corruption regimes.

Groisman Law clients seek our counsel and representation in such anti-corruption matters as:

  • Risk assessments and audits
  • Developing and implementing compliance programs
  • Internal investigations of potential anti-corruption violations
  • Transactional counseling and due diligence
  • Defense of domestic and foreign criminal, civil, and administrative investigations and enforcement actions

The lawyers at Groisman Law have worked with clients doing business in the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, develop comprehensive and workable FCPA anti-corruption policies. We have conducted trainings, audits, and investigations around the world, to assist our clients and their in-house compliance teams wade through the complex world of FCPA compliance.

Groisman Law, PLLC: South Florida Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Counsel

Your business simply can’t afford to find itself ensnared in the legal web of anti-corruption and anti-money laundering laws and regulations. If you have questions or want to learn more about how Groisman Law can help protect your company, please call us at (305) 930-7979.

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