Global Content Advisory
for Regulations

When a new regulation hits your industry or area of practice, it’s usually very complex to manage compliance. Sometimes all that’s required is updating minor information, but most of the time compliance revolves around the update of large and important documents that need to be created from scratch, or heavily updated.

We have been regulatory experts for 3 decades, helping Fortune 500 companies with their sensitive financial regulations. This is the reason why clients partner with us, they trust us to guide them and streamline the process so that they can meet their deadlines and requirements while staying on budget.

In areas such as Life Science, Finance, Automotive or Environment, we have a broad understanding of current and upcoming regulation requirements.

Check if your content is compliant globally. We’re offering a free consultation with one of our experts, Click on the button below to schedule yours.



    By teaming up with us, you rely on three decades of regulatory expertise for Fortune 500 companies.


    Our regulatory experts will guide you at every step and advise strategies and tactics.


    You focus on your business priorities.
    We take care of all the rest.

Some of the regulations we help with:

US Accessibility Compliance

Accessibility compliance is most of the time identified under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). The 504 and 508 regulations are laws that work in tangent to mandate all electronic and information technology be accessible to people with disabilities.

Because it’s a sensitive topic that matters to all of us, we provide guidance through every step and make sure your content is compliant and available to anyone when required.


The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the Spring 2018 hot topic for many companies across the globe. For all the content that needs adaptation, we provide complete guidance to ensure you are in line with regulatory expectations.


The Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance-based Products (PRIIPs) regulation is an EU-wide directive that impacts how information on financial and insurance products must be presented to retail investors.

Asset management, insurance, and banking companies are required to provide investors with a document called “PRIIPs Key Information Document” (KID), and then translate it into the languages spoken by key investors.

To help clients get ready, Donnelley Language Solutions, which is now part of SDL, was the first translation provider to offer a complete package dedicated to PRIIPs. We provide regulatory guidance, translation services, and technology tools to support KID publishing and translations required under EU regulations.

Best in Class Technology

We offer a secure state-of-the-art technology. With our SDL MultiTrans Translation Management System, you can efficiently oversee all running projects, and access the translation memory and terminology in a highly secure environment. Thanks to SDL MultiTrans, you will gain speed, cost savings, and control.

We are digital experts, via SDL MultiTrans Web Proxy, we provide an automated solution for content integration on your online platforms.

Our technology team will also connect with your project teams to ensure a smooth deployment and consistency at all times.

A Dedicated Team for All Services


Your content translated by
our experts into more than
190 languages


Your content and pictures
adapted to local markets,
always consistent with
your strategy


Your local content created,
based on your strategy, to
reach your goals locally


Your video and audio content
made local with any type of
adaptation: on-screen text
translation, script translation,
audio voiceovers, etc.


All local versions delivered as
a finished product so you
don’t have to worry about local
module design


Your local content automatically
integrated to your digital channels
in any coding language


Our language expertise and technologies will help you deliver more value to your global consumers.

The content on this page is for information purposes only. SDL does not provide legal advice and does not hold itself out to be a legal adviser.  You must obtain your own independent legal advice or rely on your judgment when complying with your regulatory obligations.