How We Help You Comply
No matter what industry you operate in, Compliance Quarter can provide you with both online and offline services that will streamline your compliance program and give you a sense of ease and control.
From the supply of personnel to projects with the delivery of licences or an updated compliance program, Compliance Quarter is the answer.
Compliance is not an easy area. For many businesses, it is a significant concern. That is why we are focusing on this area. Our objective is to make the word of compliance understandable and easy to manage.
The Compliance HUB
Bring your compliance program into the 21st Century and demonstrate your commitment to compliance. Our Compliance HUB is the central location for your compliance program.
Automated Document Review
Virtual Compliance Manager
Access to compliance experts when and how often you need them, we call this the Virtual Compliance Manager. We offer a flexible arrangement that gives you access to experts on demand.
CQ Regulatory Updates
Do you need to know about changes in regulation before they are reported in the news? We can provide regulatory updates specific to your industry on an ongoing basis.
Licence and Other Applications
Do you operate in an industry that requires licenses or approvals? One of our areas of specialty is in obtaining required licenses, including trade promotion, energy retail and network authorisations and exemptions.
Do you need a review of your compliance program, someone to audit your level of compliance, a licence application, or ongoing support? Compliance Quarter will arrange a solution to meet your needs.
Our Latest Regulatory Updates
Businesses around the world face challenges in managing regulatory compliance. Compliance requirements and the regulatory environment are constantly changing and there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution.
For the failure to promptly fix meters, the AER has issued eight infringement notices which led three AGL retailers to pay a total of 160,000
History is littered with spectacular compliance failures; from Eron to WorldCom and the shocking findings of Australia’s recent Banking Royal Commission. And yet, we can