Improved control begins with an entity health check
In one report, TGC can show you the overall health of your compliance processes, in one easy-to-digest report.
It outlines your compliance strengths and weaknesses so you can move forward with the best compliance practices possible.
While it’s a good idea to have an entity health check at regular intervals to ensure industry-best practices, these investigations are particularly useful if an multinational organization is undergoing significant structural changes, or as part of the natural due diligence prior to a merger or acquisition.
A properly executed entity health check should include:
- Commercial registry info with thorough comparison of information sources.
- Confirmation of essential corporate info including leadership structure, shareholder info and corporate records.
- Complete listing of any non-conformance issues or missing processes discovered during the course of the health check.
As part of an ongoing process or as part of a due diligence investigation, an entity health check is an effective way to ensure that your organization operates using best practices.