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New brochure: Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group

New brochure: Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group

New brochure: Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group

07.11.2014 NL law

The Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group brings together specialist knowledge and years of experience dealing with diverse industries that are subject to supervision. enforcement, and integrity issues. Close teamwork by our lawyers from different practice areas such as (economic) administrative and procedural administrative law, competition law, criminal law, financial supervision legislation, tax law, and privacy law, enables us to choose the right strategic and practical approach to complex issues. Regulators are increasingly working together and the sanctions they impose are becoming more severe. Therefore, all large companies, financial institutions, (semi)public bodies and directors under supervision, benefit from the comprehensive approach the Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group offers.

Would you like to know what the Stibbe Compliance and Sanctions Group can do for you? Please retrieve our brochure here.

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