Business information giant Thomson Reuters and RSM Nelson Wheeler, an accounting and consulting firms in Hong Kong, will jointly provide a full range of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) services and technology for local and international companies that are eager to grow in southeast Asia.
The alliance will enable organisations to meet their governance, risk, and compliance challenges more effectively and efficiently by combining Thomson Reuters’ leading content and platform solutions for governance, risk management and compliance with RSM Nelson Wheeler’s market leadership in advisory services.
“Thomson Reuters has a history of providing GRC technology and content necessary to stay ahead of the changing regulatory environment,” said Michael Dempsey, senior director, global partner strategy, GRC, Thomson Reuters. “By providing leading governance, risk and compliance products along with the world class advisory guidance of RSM Nelson Wheeler, we believe our customers will be in a much better position to stay ahead of the ever-changing regulatory landscape and will ultimately be in a better position to take advantage of market growth opportunities.”
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