Relations with Public Institutions and Compliance
Regulatory, supervisory and policy maker role of the public in the markets is increasing day by day and it is gaining strength against the private sector both in Turkey and the world.
Public authorities produce numerous legislations and develop practices in relation to functioning of the private sector at all levels. Equipped with strong powers, the importance of independent administrative authorities is increasing in areas that require special expertise such as energy, banking, and capital markets. In addition to these, the public operates directly in some markets for various purposes. Decision maker role of public institutions forces the private sector to comply with and adopt to regulations as imposed.
Companies have to follow practices, frequently changing and transforming regulations and policies that are complex and interpretive by nature and take appropriate actions. In this context, establishing a healthy communication and an environment of cooperation between the public and private sectors is of great importance. The effectiveness of the communication and cooperation in question depends on decision makers making right decisions in the interests of the public and getting accurate feedback from the public by determining sectoral or individual needs and demands of the private sector in the name of predictability and legal security within an appropriate framework and timing.
As NAZALI, we provide consultancy services to our clients with our team of experts with professional and managerial experience in various public institutions.
- Form public policies, communicate customers’ position to public authorities and relevant units in the legislature on a legitimate basis during legislation making and decision-making processes, and conduct necessary verbal and written communications
- Determine and establish a healthy client communication strategy with public authorities, and conduct this communication proactively
- Follow relevant developments in all public institutions and organizations, monitor practices and regulations, and thus identify bureaucratic risks (administrative fines, ban risks, loss of rights, raw material supply risks, etc.) that our customers may encounter
- Conduct transactions before public institutions;
- Permit applications
- Incentive applications
- Exemption applications
- Request for opinion
- Employment processes
- Administrative defence processes