Companies operating internationally must comply with a maze of national laws and regulations that share some common themes, but differ significantly from country to country.
These national regulations include rules on bribery and corruption, trade sanctions, data privacy and protection, fair trade practices, corporate governance, environmental protection, and export and import regulation, as well as industry regulatory regimes governing companies in sectors such as energy, health, telecomm, pharmaceuticals, food products, and transportation.
World Bureau helps companies meet this compliance challenge by providing research tools, customized research, and consulting services.
Monitoring Foreign Capitals
World Bureau also watches and interprets regulatory developments in foreign capitals on behalf of companies and investment professionals. We monitor and analyze activities in the twenty G20 governments, along with other countries of importance to clients, in search of warning signals and opportunities.