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Compliance & Market Intelligence

Securing market access

Our Compliance & Market Intelligence (CMI) team has unparalleled experience in gaining access to established and emerging markets for technologies. Our clients come from a broad range of sectors, including network operators, investment banks, hardware manufacturers, cloud service providers, content providers, regulators, governments, industry associations, law firms – and even a Formula One team.

For each, we devise strategies to overcome technical, regulatory and political barriers in more than 200 jurisdictions. We are adept at obtaining licences or exemptions – or helping your teams to do so – for the lowest cost and with the minimum management.
We provide a range of services to enable the efficient rollout of new services. From establishing new regulations and compliance with existing rules to project management, we deliver on time and to budget.

Daily engagement with governments allows us to track regulatory shifts around the world that could affect client business; our market analysis enables us to create tailored monitoring services for each client.

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We help you by:

  • Demonstrating products comply with global and local standards to gain early market entry
  • Performing due diligence on existing licensing practice, or change of ownership impact, to ensure adherence to current or new regulations and licensing for different services
  • Enabling logistical support companies to effectively import equipment on behalf of local service providers to meet regulations
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We used Access Partnership because we were excited by their confidence and ability to hold our hand in all markets. Whether we needed help with privacy issues in Germany or CRTC in Canada – they were able to help us with expertise and their client management was excellent at the same time.

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CASE STUDY
CASE STUDY

Obtained the necessary licences to facilitate the establishment of a high-frequency trading network spanning North America and Europe.

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