BM&A has extensive experience, characterized by the dual training of its professionals in the field of financial crimes: corporate offenses, punishable insolvencies, asset stripping, crimes involving property and technology, money laundering and accounting offenses, and crimes involving taxes and Social Security. This is in response to the increasing overlap between criminal law and corporate affairs.
Beyond the strictly defensive services we provide in court, it is important to note the preventive efforts that must be in place in every business activity, both internally and externally, to ensure compliance with the rules that are imposed on directors and officers. The combined work of the firm’s various teams (corporate, commercial, tax, criminal) allows us to offer full advice to ensure the best results in every area by the governance bodies and teams in terms of complying with their obligations and the standards that apply to them (corporate compliance).
The development of crime prevention and detection models takes on added significance as a determining factor (in the event of future legislative developments) in avoiding criminal liability by companies and their officers and directors.