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29 November 2018 at 06:59 BST

Francis Lefebvre firms launch French e-compliance solution

Francis Lefebvre e-compliance launched as first global on-line solution to help companies comply with French compliance issues.

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CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats, Editions Francis Lefebvre and Francis Lefebvre Formation have joined forces to create the first online global compliance solution, Francis Lefebvre, to address compliance risks.

Early adopters

The firms have launched and ‘early adopters’ programme for policy makers and advisers, aimed at ‘co-building the compliance of tomorrow.’ By placing the customer at the center of developments. Francis Lefebvre e-Compliance is running launches user workshops for interested decision-makers and councils, with a first module dedicated to VAT returns. Herve Jouanet, general manager of Francis Lefebvre e-Compliance, said ‘by combining our respective skills with the needs of our customers thanks to the early adopters program, we are convinced we can offer a quality solution that is fully in line with the challenges of compliance in France. To achieve this, we have been working from the outset with agility and recruiting experts from each core business and former entrepreneurs.’

Tax risks

The new service is accessible directly from the fl-ecompliance.com website, supporting tax, financial, legal and human resources departments of companies and their accounting experts. In January 2019, Francis Lefebvre e-Compliance will further offer a platform allowing them to diagnose in a few clicks their exposure to tax risks and automatically generate an analysis report with projected risks. Any anomalies detected on the platform can then be corrected by the complementary expertise of CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats, Editions Francis Lefebvre and Francis Lefebvre Formation.

 
   
 
 
 

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