The corporate governance practice includes the provision of advice to members of the board of directors and senior executives on composition, duties, constitutive documents, conflicts of interest and the Proceeds of Crime Act (anti-money laundering laws).
The team also regularly advises on the specific corporate governance requirements of companies in regulated sectors, charitable organisations established under the Charities Act or as Trusts, Industrial and Providence Societies, and other entities wishing to take advantage of cross border efficiencies.
Our attorneys-at-law often assist with registration of companies with the National Contracts Commission and provides advice on Government of Jamaica public procurement rules.
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