Increasing complexity in the operation of financial undertakings and society's increased demands and expectations to the financial sector call for clear governance structures which are adapted to the individual undertaking. We have extensive experience advising financial undertakings on all aspects of governance.

Anchoring of management and control of all business areas and functions are of strategic importance to the individual company and are thoroughly regulated.

We collaborate across practice areas when we assist our clients in setting up their governance structures. We advise on the drafting of rules of procedure, guidelines, policies, procedures and contingency plans, internal and external reporting, control functions, segregation of duties, prevention and handling of conflicts of interest, greenwashing and incentive structures.

When vi advise credit institutions, investment undertakings, insurance companies, managers of alternative investment funds and other undertakings in the financial sector on governance issues, we do so in close collaboration with leading advisers from Plesner's other legal teams, for example Corporate Law, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), Employment and Labour Law, Operational Compliance, Data Protection Law, Banking and Finance and Corporate Criminal Law and Investigations. 

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