EFGM was created to respond to the security demand of the business and professional world, in the legal, fiscal and tax fields.


Compliance and Risk Management represent the cornerstones of the firm’s philosophy in assisting professionals and companies, both public and private.


The solid experience gained by the various partners, in the civil, criminal and tax fields, allows the EFGM structure to identify and prevent, as far as possible, the risks of adverse events, and to better deal with a judicial or extra-procedural dispute: prevention does not certainly avoid litigation, but it is often decisive for achieving a successful outcome.


Modern social theories identify the characteristic feature of contemporary societies in the production and management of risk, to the point of having specifically coined the definition of “risk society”, used for the first time by the German sociologist Ulrich Beck.


These theories highlight the different “perception” and “attention” to risk on the part of modern aggregations, which structure and shape the social and entrepreneurial organization in response to it.


The risk becomes “central” in the current society, due to the rapid progress of economic and technological processes, manifesting itself in multiple sectors: the risk in the accumulation of capital, the risk in the company, in insurance, in the new frontiers of communication.


The current perception has profoundly changed compared to 19th-century society, as highlighted by Giddens, and this has led to profound changes in the structure of social relations and the working and entrepreneurial world: there is a significant increase in risk, both perceived and concrete, to lose what has been acquired. Hence the need to “govern” the uncertainties that the continuous social, economic and technological evolution entails.