Compliance Services

Yerra delivers compliance solutions to some of the world’s largest institutions. From KYC to AML to data privacy, we have you covered. Our three-step approach to solving your compliance challenges helps mitigate risk and avoid regulatory headaches.





Consulting Services:
Evaluate processes related to new or existing regulations to deliver a gap analysis and target operating model

Managed Services:
Perform regulatory due diligence
Consulting Services:
Assess level of irregularity and present options for remediation

Managed Services:
Manage process to remediate issue
Consulting Services:
Once irregularities are identified, prepare analysis of the level of potential threat/complication

Managed Services:
As due diligence raises red flags, manage investigation process including eDiscovery

How can Yerra help?


Financial Crime Compliance
Understanding who you do business with as you onboard and maintain client accounts is not only good practice, it is required by financial regulators around the world.
When combined with an effective KYC and onboarding process, programs for anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) become highly-effective ways of uncovering risky business associations.
Building a culture of compliance, and enforcing it with strong internal and 3rd party due diligence programs, is a must in today’s international business environment.
Transactional Compliance
Regulatory Checks
Contracts & other documentation should be reviewed and checked for compliance with regulatory requirements, especially if originally created by a third party. ISDA Master Agreements are a perfect example of this in the financial services industry.
Dedicating experienced staff, aided by technology, to monitor accounts and transactions for signs of fraud or irregularities enables better reporting and analysis of financial risk exposure.
Data Compliance
Data Privacy
Deploying and enforcing consistent processes to manage the intake, maintenance and deletion of personal data is imperative in the face of regulations like the EU GDPR.
Being proactive in the fight against cyberattacks by understanding flaws in your processes or network is critical to avoid reputational and regulatory harm.