While businesses faced unprecedented uncertainty and change in 2020, one constant remains – the need to meet jurisdictional compliance obligations. In the U.S. and internationally, any changes to the business almost certainly triggered new compliance requirements. Did you know that simply having more remote employees comes with a host of new business compliance mandates?
On-demand webinar: End-of-year compliance checklist
In this complimentary webinar, learn how to prepare yourself for successful year-end compliance. Now is the time to assess all required filings to avoid a year-end crunch. An early start is even more critical for any international entities, as global offices often have extended holiday closings.
You should attend this webinar if your company:
- Participated in a merger, acquisition, or executed a corporate spin-off
- Expanded into new geographies or markets
- Contracted or modified, i.e., closed locations or ended product lines
- Expanded your remote workforce or
- Plans to continue having employees working remotely for the foreseeable future
CT’s U.S. and global compliance experts will help you start next year confident that compliance is one thing that won’t get in the way of doing business in 2021.
Your expert guides:
John Randazzo, Business Consultant
John has been consulting with corporations and law firms on corporate legal transactions and business entity compliance since joining CT Corporation in 1994.
Prior to joining CT Corporation, John worked as a compliance paralegal at several law firms. Through his nearly 25 years of corporate legal experience, John has amassed a wealth of knowledge and enjoys consulting companies on how they can improve and streamline their compliance programs. He is an active member of the Society for Corporate Governance, holds a Paralegal degree in Legal Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
Gonzalo Garcia, Global Business Lead
Gonzalo brings more than 10 years’ experience in global business solutions, and is an expert in guiding companies through the complexities of corporate compliance outside of the United States. His expertise helps CT clients ensure seamless business continuity when embarking on global expansion or seeking to optimize their current international operations.
Who should join:
- In-house counsel and paralegals responsible for corporate compliance
- Both new and experienced business compliance professionals
- Business owners responsible for their company’s compliance