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In Focus: CT Corporation Covering Compliance, at Home and Abroad

In Focus: CT Corporation Covering Compliance, at Home and Abroad

As private equity firms and their portfolios expand, compliance responsibilities can increase dramatically. Trying to keep up with ever-changing local, state, national and international regulations in-house requires significant increases in staff and overhead. Every time a regulatory code or license is due for renewal, it could take a private equity staffer hours -- if not days -- to research which requirements have changed and where and how to file. 

Mistakes are costly, resulting in fines and a damaged reputation, as well as penalties that could harm business operations and reduce the ability to serve clients. 

Having a trusted partner on your side frees up intellectual capital, reduces risk and enables your firm and its portfolio companies to focus on running their businesses. 

Founded in 1892 by James B. Dill, a business lawyer who helped draft the first modern corporation laws in the United States, CT Corporation is today part of Wolters Kluwer’s Governance, Risk & Compliance division. CT provides a variety of services, including entity formation, annual report filing and corporate business compliance to firms of all sizes. Our private equity customers have portfolios ranging from two to 2,000 companies. 

Because CT serves so many companies, our team can file renewals in a snap. CT also offers innovative products and services to help clients stay abreast of constantly changing compliance needs. 

To learn how a trusted partner with more than a century of experience can save your firm time, stress and money, read the article.

This article originally ran in the Fall 2017 issue of Middle Market Growth.

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