Deloitte Launches Online Regulations Resource

Deloitte has opened an online resource to help businesses adapt to new regulations, the company announced Monday.

The U.S. Center for Regulatory Strategies will feature advice from former regulators, industry specialists and business advisers.

The center will also host advisers from Deloitte’s regulatory and compliance practice to help companies understand and adapt to new regulation.

The platform will host videos, podcasts, webcasts, publications and references.

The company will also work with the London-based EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy to expand its reach to a global audience.

Kevin McGovern, managing partner and U.S. leader of Deloitte & Touche LLP’s governance, regulatory & risk strategies service offering, said businesses across every industry are facing new regulations.

Deloitte recently appeared on Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for” list in 2012.

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