Coplexia Corporation is entirely dedicated to helping members of our unique collaborative structure realise the promise of prosperity through partnership. Our pedigree as collaboration experts was further underpinned in 2018 with the acquisition of Fairchild Greig who in 1919 helped post World War Britain return to prosperity through trading in the gold and diamond mining consortiums of South Africa.
Our collaborative operating model is making conventional mergers & acquisitions a thing of the past.
The Coplexia Collaborative operating model framework replaces hieratical ‘thinking’ and conventional organisational structures with its unique outcome-focused approach approach designed for the digitally connected collaborative age of today.
We support our managed collaborative communities with an expanding portfolio of capabilities delivered through our non-profit shared services centre. This perfectly aligns people, platforms and processes right across internal and business-to-business collaboration chains to produce some outstanding results such as achieving the desired outcomes and benefits of transformational programmes in up to 75% less time and costs compared to conventional methods.
As the Corporation helps autonomous organisations to work together under #VirtuallyOne collaborative, we agree the desired outcomes and benefits in advance and stake our name (and fees) on achieving them.
A borderless co-operating model
Grounded in English Law, and registered with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in the United Kingdom under trade classification code 99000–Extraterritorial Organization & Bodies for tax purposes, our collaborative framework provides globally dispersed and autonomous organisations (each bound by its own organisational rules and laws of their respective legal jurisdictions) with an impartial non-profit structure through which to work together as #VirtuallyOne organisation.
The framework underpins the blueprint for three types of outcome-focused programme partnership models, namely Concentric, Continuum and Communal, through which collaborating cohorts enrol as members of Coplexia Collaborative for the predefined duration of a particular programme, or on an ongoing basis.
This also allows us to create communities of practice (CoP) through which to build-up core competencies to provide co-operational support services to programme participants with under a Shared Services Centre (SSC) model.
Supplier to the Crown
In British Government, the Minister for the Cabinet Office represented by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) acts on behalf of the Crown to drive savings for the taxpayer and improve the quality of commercial and procurement activity. CCS is an executive agency of the Cabinet Office and operates as a trading fund under the Government Trading Funds Act 1973. Their remit is to work with both departments and organisations across the whole of the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and to improve the quality of service delivery.
Coplexia Collaborative is a CCS Supplier under the G-Cloud and Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) Framework Agreements, for the supply of services through ‘Call-Off Contracts’ by organisations across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.
Owner and manager of law firms
In the United Kingdom, the Legal Services Board is responsible for overseeing the regulation of all lawyers in England and Wales and there are then eight separate regulators directly regulating the different types of lawyer on a day-to-day basis.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulates solicitors of England and Wales, law firms of England and Wales, non-lawyers who can be either managers or employees of firms that we regulate; and other types of lawyer, such as registered foreign lawyers (RFLs) and registered European lawyers (RELs).
Through the development of the Legal Services Continuum (LSC) programme in October 2017, Coplexia Collaborative became an ‘alternative business structure’ (ABS) Licensed Body authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to own and manage law firms in England and Wales. This essentially means we can integrate both regulated and unregulated legal services with other professional services to innovate holistic solutions to common and complex problems anywhere.
We bank with The Lloyds Banking Group, the UK’s largest. They provide us with corporate business banking facilities with a limitless capacity to handle CHAPS, BACS, Faster and international payments in any currency.*
Our handling of client money is always fully insured, either directly or indirectly, and we operate a regulated commercial cashiering service with robust, transparent, trackable and traceable systems, procedures and processes that exceed regulatory requirements and guidance notes.
We always have an interest in technology-enabled innovations, such as Open Banking, and work with a number of cutting edge service providers destined to disrupt various industries for good.
Our corporate activities are handled by Coplexia Corporation Ltd, a private limited company incorporated and registered in England and Wales –
- Company Registration number 11115325
- Registered address: 30 St Mary Axe, City of London, London, EC3A 8BF
- VAT Registration No.: GB 285168963
- Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number: 223565338
The corporation is a corporate member, owner and manager of Coplexia Collaborative LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership incorporated and registered in England and Wales –
- Company Registration number OC399458
- Registered address: 86-90 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE
- VAT Registration No.: GB 136790688
- SRA ID: 641107
- ICO Cert No.: ZA305538
We work together as #VirtuallyOne.