About Us

PRAVITEL is a non-for-profit and non-government organization (NGO) established in purpose to facilitate cultural change towards moral improvement in human activity and business in particular. Our endeavor is meant to enhance the role of moral values, acknowledging their importance in professional improvement, in the pursuit of happiness and a sustainable work-life balance.
About us
PRAVITEL provides:
Training and Placement Services – timely reply to restructuring and social challenges. We train experts from the financial industry. Ongoing restructuring means banks lays-off people. We help experts who consider earning a new qualification in AML, compliance and internal control areas. Pravitel helps for organizing ACAMS preparation classes in Sofia and soon in other cities in Romania and Black Sea Region.
Enterprise Wide Risk Management – Ptavitel helps in implementing best practice and producing right documents
Valuable data from CDD, KYC, AML, PEP, CFT – Pravitel teaches your staff on market orientation techniques, so your experts should give value to the business activities, should gain and retain customers, should be intelligent to employ marketing tools for achieving your corporate values.
Investigation and Remediation Services – Pravitel helps you make profit.
Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption – Pravitel helps in confidential research and intelligence services, so you know more about your staff

A major role we assign to raising awareness between responsibility, trust, loyalty, on one hand, and financial and professional success, on the other. We will try to prove that a modern society based on freedom of action and, consequently, on individual liberties, requires from everybody in the most imperative way solidarity, responsibility, respect, trust, initiative and sustained effort so that not only individual, but also European and social targets are achieved.
Existences of economic and financial crime produce political, legal and human rights problems. Almost every country on the planet has some form of corruption, bribery and money laundering. These economic and financial crimes undermine business growth and political stability; lead to efficiency losses; and impede access to resources such as credit or public health; and ultimately reduce governance credibility and effectiveness.
While the expressions governance and corporate governance are widely used, there are varieties in applications, processes, structures and information used for directing and overseeing the management of an organization. The simplest and least ambiguous definition of governance provided by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) define governance as “… the system by which entities are directed and controlled … the structure through which the objectives of the company are set, and the means of attaining those objectives and monitoring performance are determined.” This unit examines corporate governance as enterprise-wide risk assessment and risk management. Whatever the geographic, social or political environment within which an organization operates, responsibility for effective and efficient governance rests with the board. While a board cannot delegate this responsibility, it is a board to decide on manner and scope in supervising every aspect of an organization’s operations.