We have dedicated efforts to diversify our market incorporating Japanese practices.
Provide a real social change in the company by recognizing good acts.
Aware of the importance of investments made by Japanese companies in Mexico, we have dedicated efforts in the diversification of our market incorporating the Japanese Practice to our operation, which is strengthened by a strategic alliance with ASIA ALLIANCE PARTNER CO., accounting firm founded in 2004 with offices in Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India and now, Mexico allowing us to offer an integral and bicultural service.
We work together with several Japanese companies in Mexico and in different business sectors, such as food, automatization, hydraulic equipment and good and services providers for car industry, mainly in the cities of León, Aguascalientes, Guadalajara and Querétaro.
The services provided are audit of financial statements, outsourcing in accounting and payroll, prevention and detection of fraud, tax advisory and determination of personal taxes for expatriates and the study of transfer pricing.
The principle of the Positive Compliance Management is to provide a true social change in the company, by recognizing good acts, instead of punishing “bad acts”.
Our alliance with Nissim Heffes, founder of The Positive Compliance Company, company engaged in the research and development of anti-bribery systems for any requirement of the sector, allows us to use technological progress such as the Positive Compliance Management.
Such tool, which is useful to measure the veracity of answers through the Israel software developed to detect by voice, Nemesysco, is a step in any management process oriented not only in prevention and detection of frauds, but to create the conditions allowing the entrepreneurs to have collaborators with similar values than the company.
1. Support the development of an ethical culture of transparency.
2. Prevent, detect and stop fraud, theft cases and other equity crimes by strengthening the existing internal controls.
3. Detect symptoms that may be the beginning of illicit and irregular behaviors.
4. Establish programs to prevent and detect inappropriate conducts.