"Corporate governance, compliance and internal group restructuring form the backbone of Roschier's ‘high-quality’ practice."
– The Legal 500
(Corporate and commercial)
Roschier’s Corporate Compliance & Investigations practice advises corporations, sovereigns and governmental bodies on compliance and regulatory matters in the Nordic region and internationally by providing preventive counseling, remedial advice and techniques to protect commercial stakeholder value and the moral and civic integrity of clients’ officers and staff.

Compliance policies are the key in companies’ risk management. Roschier works in close cooperation with its clients in various industries in preparing, implementing and monitoring tailor-made compliance programs aimed at practical, business-minded and effective pre-emption of risks. The lawyers of the practice assist in risk analysis well as crisis management and internal investigations to mitigate damage and manage liability arising from corporate compliance issues.

Our module-based corporate compliance system meets corporations’ and organizations’ need to comply with legal, regulatory, contractual and ethical requirements. The methodology is science and experience based as well as adapted to client specifics and internationally benchmarked. It is designed to be preventive and remedial, and to enable commercial risk taking and protect innovation.

Roschier's Corporate Compliance & Investigations lawyers are recognized leading lawyers in the Nordic region and experienced experts on:
  • Risk identification
  • Risk assessment
  • Implementation and maintenance of corporate compliance systems (structuring, documentation and training)
  • Forensic investigation
  • Crisis management
  • Liability management

Our lawyers are regular speaking partners in matters related to:
  • Advanced corporate governance
  • Anti-money laundering
  • EHS and employment
  • Data privacy
  • Sanctions and export control
  • Market abuse
  • IPR protection management
  • White collar crime
  • Contract maintenance
  • Sector specific regulation
  • CSR