Urbanek Compliance Consulting LLC
GLOBAL COMPLIANCE FRAMEWORKS
Facilitating Global Business
Companies face many challenges including those imparted by regulatory bodies in the areas that they do business in. This is true for small companies, large multinationals, and everything in between. Having a defined approach to compliance protects the company and provides confidence to employees and external stakeholders that your business is operating in an ethical and compliant manner. This can be achieved by
- Identifying and assessing compliance risks
- Designing and implementing approach to address the risks
- Confirming that the executed approach pragmatically mitigates the risks
What We Can Do For You
We work with clients to understand their business and compliance needs. We help develop tailored solutions by way of identifying and assessing compliance risks and designing and implementing appropriate compliance frameworks to mitigate compliance risks to the company’s desired level. We have subject matter expertise in global regulations concerning export controls and economic sanctions which can assist customers in a thorough understanding of their compliance risks in these regulatory areas.
Design and implementation of risk-informed compliance frameworks to prevent, detect, and respond to compliance matters ranging from ethical concerns to regulatory breaches
Assessment of the risks of non-compliance with export control regulations and devising and implementing compliance frameworks that incorporate appropriate risk mitigation
Risk identification and mitigation of global economic/trade sanctions regulations including those of the U.S. Department of Treasury (OFAC), United Nations, and the European Commission
Rebecca (Becky) Urbanek
Becky Urbanek is the Principal of Urbanek Compliance Consulting. She is a subject matter expert in global compliance frameworks, export controls, and economic sanctions. She possesses specific expertise in global export control/”dual-use” regulations of the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and the EU governing transfer of controlled materials and technology as they relate to biopharma and global economic sanctions regulations that impart restrictions on trade with entities, sectors of an economy, or full countries; particularly how those of the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) apply to non-U.S. companies. Her recent experience spans risk identification and mitigation of global economic/trade sanctions regulations including those of the U.S. Department of Treasury (OFAC), United Nations, and the European Commission; assessment of the risks of non-compliance with export control regulations and devising and implementing compliance frameworks that incorporate appropriate risk mitigation; and the design of risk-informed compliance frameworks to prevent, detect, and respond to compliance matters ranging from ethical concerns to regulatory breaches.
She brings >20 years of multinational pharmaceutical company experience including nearly 10 years in corporate compliance where she participated in the evolution of the global function and its compliance framework and supported manufacturing sites and the overall global operations function across many countries in a general compliance officer capacity.
Becky has a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Minnesota. Likely because she is a scientist at heart, she enjoys finding solutions to seemingly complicated issues whether the complexity arises from the regulatory requirements, the company’s organizational structure, or the intersection of the two.
She is excited about the possibility of working with varied companies to create solutions to identify, and meet, their compliance needs.