Across Africa, regulators are becoming increasingly assertive in pursuing companies they perceive to be inadequately regulated or whose tax and trade terms they believe run counter to the national interest.
In other cases, regulatory inertia or ambiguity is paralysing investment decisions, putting jobs at risk and eroding corporate value.
The most competitive organisations have developed constructive regulatory relationships to protect and promote value at stake. They are equipped to anticipate regulatory shifts, proactively raise and resolve concerns and present feasible regulatory alternatives.
- Engagement strategy
- Policy and regulatory advisory
- Policy and regulatory monitoring
- Political economy analysis
- Scenario planning
- Stakeholder mapping