Starting a new company requires regulatory paperwork. Instead of doing this yourself, you can hire a regulatory affairs director to do it. A regulatory affairs director fills all the necessary applications and handles government interactions. They do this to ensure the completion of the regulation process for products that require the government's approval. Basically, the regulatory director ensures the company is regulation compliant.
The director serves as the point person in communicating with regulatory bodies to obtain necessary licenses for all projects and products. They also prepare an overall regulatory strategy that forecasts and prevents problems related to non-compliance with any regulation.
A regulatory affairs director must have at least a bachelor's degree and five or more years of managerial experience to be qualified for this position.