Compliance and Licensing
Overcoming barriers to market entry
Market access is an ongoing challenge for many organisations. This is amplified when rolling out services in more than one country at once because national administrators demand compliance with an array of different regulations. We allow organisations to understand their obligations across markets and ensure their services or products get to market on time and to budget.
Leveraging our network of regulators and governments around the world, alongside our multi-lingual legal and technical staff, Access Partnership conducts market analysis and obtains necessary approvals for market entry. We create tailored monitoring to alert you to regulatory requirements, demonstrate product compliance with global and national standards, and obtain type-approval, certifications and licences.
We devise and implement strategies to help technology companies overcome regulatory, technical and political barriers with minimum effort. Our monitoring and licensing capabilities ensure regulatory compliance for products and services in markets across the globe.
We secure market access by:
- Leveraging our network with regulators and governments
- Monitoring regulatory environments for risks and opportunities
- Performing diligent market analysis
- Obtaining necessary authorisations and licences
We used Access Partnership because we were excited by their confidence and ability to hold our hand in all markets. Whether we needed help with privacy issues in Germany or CRTC in Canada – they were able to help us with expertise and their client management was excellent at the same time.Policy Executive, Global communications company
Obtained the necessary licences to facilitate the establishment of a high-frequency trading network spanning North America and Europe.
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