Regulation is an important tool for preserving and advancing the public interest, however, if regulation has misplaced objectives, is used when it is not needed, misaligned with legislations/other regulations, or is poorly designed and executed, then it can fail to achieve policy objectives and have unintended consequences.
Regulatory failure occurs where regulations fail to improve outcomes, or even make outcomes worse than had there been no regulation. The two main ways regulation can fail are failures of design and failures of operation.
Our multidisciplinary team that includes Law experts, Strategists & strategy execution practitioners, project managers, and Arabic language experts; would creatively address the above issue ensuring best assessment, design, alignment, smooth implementation, and, successful sustainable operation.