Since 2010, BRP SA has been assisting banking and financial institutions in managing constantly evolving regulatory constraints. Specialised in the management of cross-border risk, in particular through its Country Manuals, BRP also offers regulatory updates, advice and training to Swiss and foreign financial intermediaries.


MRR - Mapping of Regulatory Risk

We are pleased to announce that the 2.0 version of mrr© is now available.

BoD Compliance Solution

The purpose of this product is to enable the supreme governing body to exercise its prerogatives in line with regulatory requirements and with FINMA’s expectations.

After Brexit

Cross-border financial services from the UK into the EU
Alessandro Bizzozero | Richard MacGrand | Boris Bartels
A comprehensive assessment of the cross-bor-der issues that will affect UK firms selling investment services and products after the UK has left the EU. We look at the situation where UK financial services firms are unable to make use of European passports. The paper also looks at consequences for EEA and non-EEA firms wishing to market into the UK. The paper provides a broad view of barriers to cross-border activity and applies this to the specific and so far unprecedented case of a major country such as the UK leaving the EU.

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BRP’s Country Manuals provide financial institutions with the required skills, knowledge and know-how for the advancement/undertaking of their cross-border activities. They also allow for optimal risk management, in particular focus on the regulatory issues related to cross border activities.

Evolution of our platform

Access to information contained in our Country Manuals has been simplified thanks to the new functionality of our platform, SmartSearch (

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Circular FINMA 17/1 - Risk management framework

The Circular FINMA 17/1 « Corporate governance – banks » entered into force on July 1st, 2017. This new Circular, among other things, redefines risk management and internal control system requirements.

One of the major developments imposed by FINMA is the duty for the Board of directors to approve, on the proposal of the Executive board, a risk management framework, that has to present the strategic basis for the institution’s risk management for all risk categories.

In order to support you in this process, we have the pleasure, notably thanks to Mrs Nicole Beiner, to offer you a result-oriented draft of framework.

We remain at your disposal should you require any further information regarding this new product and thank you in advance for your trust.