The Corporate Crime & Compliance team has specialists with considerable experience within anti corruption, handling of misconduct and internal investigations. For example, we have team members with a background from the Financial Intelligence Unit, the Swedish Police’s National Corruption Group and the UN’s internal investigations organ.
Our advice is based upon international best practice and includes the following main areas:
The Corporate Crime & Compliance team has access to the entire firm’s competence and can advise on individual matters which need to be considered in connection with a company’s regulatory compliance work.
Vinge’s Corporate Crime & Compliance team assists clients within various sectors and industries in Sweden and internationally. We evaluate, draft and provide advice in relation to the implementation of compliance programmes regarding anti corruption based on both the Swedish and international regulatory framework within the area.
Vinge is a member of Transparency International Sweden’s Corporate Supporters’ Forum and actively supports the Forum’s work.
A larger and more complex incident often requires legal expertise within several legal areas. Accordingly, we have access to the entire firm’s competence in relation to the provision of our advice. When you meet us in connection with an incident which has either been discovered or is suspected, you have the entire competence of the firm available to be able to quickly identify the issues which need to be investigated and what other measures that need to be taken.
The ranking institute Chambers and Partners notes that "the team takes a hands‑on approach and produces a good work product in a short timeframe."
Vinge’s Forensic, Risk & Compliance Group assists Tele2
Tele2 has decided to leave Kazakhstan and has today published the terms and conditions governing the transaction.
Vinge member of the UN Global Compact
In February this year, Vinge became a member of the UN Global Compact, a UN framework which gathers more than 9000 companies and organizations globally around ten principles concerning respect for human rights, employee rights, the environment and anti‑corruption