Arché Compliance – D.lgs. 231/2001, Privacy, Esg, Anti-corruption
From the 25 May 2018, the new European Privacy reform has automatically become effective. The European Legislator (issuing the EU Regulation 2016/679, called “General Data Protection Regulation” – GDPR) has intended to “solicit” professionals / public bodies and companies to adopt “proactive awareness” of their professional / business processes. In other words, the owners are aimed at carrying out a prior analysis of their activity, assessing any conflict with the legislation here and, therefore, a predisposing procedure for the expected treatment.
In some cases, also, has been in charge a Data Privacy Officer (DPO) by the company with the duty to control the application of the regulation, as well as, sensitizing collaborators to the subject also through training activities.
Failure to comply is sanctioned with high pecuniary sanctions.
The Firm offers its assistance to assist clients in carrying out all the operations to adapt to this new legislation and even to perform the duties as DPO.
- ADMINISTRATIVE LIABILITY OF ENTITIES – LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 231/01
Arché has gained specific expertise in the field of administrative liability of entities pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/01
- ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (ESG)
The Firm participates with particular pleasure and interest in the growing attention companies are paying to the issues of environmental sustainability, corporate legality and ethics, transparency and social justice. In this context, Arché provides its consultancy in identifying the extra-financial criteria that enhance individual companies by assisting them in dealing with the various legal aspects connected with the adoption of organizational compliance models and corporate policies responsible to the subject above indicated, working closely with other consultants for the related technical matters.
The Firm assists entities required to comply with the specific provisions on anti-corruption by providing advice on publications on the subject of transparency, the adoption of prevention plans and the preparation of annual reports.