Regulatory affairs, an ever-evolving sector full of rules and regulations has framed a series of procedures to be adhered to, when any type of exchange takes place between two individuals, between two countries, two institutions and between any types of organizations. For any type of exchange to take place, it is necessary to have two parties. Both the parties should be ready to exchange one another’s commodity or if one party is selling then the other party should be ready to take that commodity in a exchange of his commodity or money. The next major aspect for an exchange to take place is that, it is necessary that both parties should be inclined to exchange one-another’s commodity. If the parties are not ready to take place each other’s commodity the exchange will not take place. In an exchange, both the parties should gain. That is, both the parties should get more advantage from other person’s commodity. Lastly, at least two commodities should be present for completing an exchange, so that transfer of commodities may take place properly. Of these two goods, one can be money. The Regulatory affairs experts constantly come together and declassify certain rules and create new laws and regulations in tune with the changing economic conditions worldwide. In this era of globalization, a regulatory affairs expert must have a thorough knowledge of the everyday changes taking place in the economics of almost all countries of the world.