Corporate compliance is a set of procedures and best practices adopted by organizations to identify and classify the operational and legal risks they face and establish internal mechanisms for prevention, management, control and reaction to such risks.

In an environment of increasing transparency, non-compliance with corporate governance rules and guidelines can have a direct and material impact from a legal and reputational perspective; compliance violations can have a negative impact on long-term business success.

Companies must integrate a mindset of compliance with ethical and legal standards, such as protocols of good governance of mandatory compliance and ensure that it is part of the internal culture.

Companies must conduct their business not only with integrity but also to make sure that such ethical behavior is easily evidenced, providing confidence to new investors.