Financial Reports translation
With 12 years of financial report expertise, PromoLingua is your partner of choice for writing and translating your company’s most important reports. You can count on native speaker specialist translators, editors, and proofreaders; consistent and accurate terminology (corporate and financial); reader-friendly texts; experienced project managers; fast service and punctual delivery, even for short deadlines; confidential processing of your content in a secure environment; state-of-the-art language technology, and a direct connection to your content management system (CMS).
We work with some of the world’s largest financial institutions to provide round-the-clock translation support, which includes translations of annual reports.
Our ISO 171000 and ISO9001 accreditations ensure that all language translation services we provide to our clients meet the highest standards in the industry.
The annual report is an extremely important document and one that requires the highest quality translations. We use native, in-country, financial translators and reviewers to ensure that your company’s annual report is translated quickly, professionally and accurately.
Aside from annual reports, we also provide support for the following documents and digital assets:
- Auditor’s reports
- Balance sheets
- Business plans
- Cash flow statements
- Credit reports
- Financial statements
- Financial reporting guidelines
- Government tax reports
- Income statements
- Insurance related documents
- Investment documents
- Private and public offerings
- Profit and Loss reports
Financial Reports writing
The annual report is the pinnacle of your company’s communication with the world and needs to serve a broad audience, including investors, customers, employees, and other stakeholders. Exemplary financial reports require the combination of superior writing skills and incomparable business acumen. When you need to draft a report, you can count on PromoLingua to quickly and securely deliver the nuance of native speakers and the accuracy and consistency of finance experts.
Due Diligence and Compliance Solutions
PromoLingua helps clients navigate the complexities of today’s regulatory environment through a broad suite of anti-money laundering compliance screening and due diligence offers. Solutions include initial screening and vetting of customers and third parties to enhanced due diligence solutions on high-risk accounts. PromoLingua partners with clients as an outsourced or overflow due diligence provider, for enhanced due diligence services, or as part of larger remediation and look-back initiatives.
PromoLingua’s dedicated research team screens customers and third parties against global compliance databases as well as politically exposed persons (PEP) and sanctions lists.. We can help you manage ongoing risks leveraging our 3rd Party Compliance Portal, screening and monitoring services, and enhanced due diligence capabilities.
- Conduct background screening, compliance database/sanctions and watch list checks, and identification and documentation verification for your investors and account holders
- Conduct litigation and open source public record searches as well as targeted human intelligence and source inquires to help you understand the background and reputational risks around potential account holders and investors
- Develop a centralized, fully auditable repository of due diligence reports and associated identification documentation to meet your document retention requirements
Our global team consists of professionals with highly-trained research backgrounds who work in more than 30 languages. Whether you have specific language requirements, you are dealing with a high-volume project, wish to outsource your due diligence processes, or have the need to conduct enhanced due diligence on your high-risk clients, Kroll can provide you with the appropriate solution to meet your needs.
Third Party and Vendor Screening
PromoLingua ’s Third Party & Vendor Screening solutions facilitate global anti-corruption compliance. An increased focus on global regulatory compliance has resulted in highly publicized incidents of corruption and bribery–placing greater pressure on corporations to take a closer look at their third-party and joint venture relationships. For corporate boards, legal counsel and compliance officers, this means evaluating the risk associated with your business relationships. Doing so can help you preserve brand integrity and business continuity, while protecting against lawsuits, fines and other undesirable consequences of a regulatory violation.