Many regulatory and compliance requirements have been thrust upon our customers, who need pragmatic compliance support able to operate under a risk-based approach, with multiple regulatory authorities and maintain GDPR compliance.

Businesses face the challenge of adapting to a globally rapidly evolving regulatory landscape. SolutionsHub has risen to this challenge, developing innovative solutions to help clients increase revenue without compromising compliance.

Our services are tailored to the nature and scale of each customer, ensuring they receive best in class solutions, designed bespoke to their needs. We design the policies, procedures and processes each customer adopts to scale efficiently and access optimal solutions for challenges.

Our team consists of industry veterans who possess a deep understanding of the nuances of compliance obligations for crypto businesses. This allows clients to scale efficiently and access optimal solutions for challenges.


Outsourced Money Laundering Reporting Officer

Outsourced AML Compliance Officer

Outsourced Data Protection Officer

Sandbox applications

Pre-Visit Review


Independent Internal Audit

Nick Bowden
Regulatory Affairs

Former Gambling Inspector with a wealth of knowledge and insight into interpretation of the legislation and policy.

Emma Shilling

Former Unikrn Senior Compliance Officer and DMLRO. Emma provides compliance training and support.

Nick Bowden
Director, Data Protection

Qualified Data Protection Practitioner and former Gambling Inspector.

SolutionsHub has a wealth of knowledge and experience, and they are always willing to go above and beyond to ensure our success. They are not just a vendor, but a true partner in our business, always available to provide guidance and support. They have helped us identify areas for improvement and develop a clear plan of action to achieve our objectives.

Luke Grob, Skrmiish

Data protection and GDPR

GDPR Compliance Services for organisations to meet the requirements of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This Regulation affects the personal data of EU citizens and applies to companies outside of the European Economic Area (EEA), with potential penalties of fines up to €20m or 4% of global annual revenues for non-compliance.

Our experts collaborate across legal, IT, compliance to design and establish compliant policies and workflows, ensuring input from key stakeholders and transparency in policy development and implementation.

To be GDPR compliant, a business must:

  • Appoint a Data Protection Officer

  • Identify and document data processing activities

  • Obtain user consent

  • Provide an easy way for users to withdraw consent

  • Implement Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default

  • Allow data subjects to access, rectify, erase, restrict, and object to the processing of their data, as well as to exercise their right to data portability

  • Ensure data security

  • Conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments

  • Establish data breach procedures, notifying the relevant Data Protection Authority and affected data subjects within 72 hours

  • Follow GDPR guidelines for transferring personal data outside the European Economic Area

  • Train employees and maintain documentation

DPO Outsourcing

Our monthly subscription service for provision of qualified Data Protection Practitioner to act as DPO.


Data Protection Audits

Assist boards, audit committees and senior management teams assess compliance with data protection legislation.


Gap Analysis

Analysis of an organisation’s current situation against an appropriate benchmark to assess its current status.


Data Protection Impact Assessments

A key principle with the GDPR is data protection by design and by default – integrating privacy enhancing measures and technologies.


GRPR Compliance Training

Training of obligations under Data Protection legislation, customised to reflect each businesses structure and regulatory environment.