Find out how our Documents module can make your compliance management more efficient. It is becoming increasingly more challenging and time consuming to ensure all your employees are up to date with the latest [...]
With regulator increasing scrutiny on financial crime controls, how does your firm measure up? In an effort to provide a better experience for consumers, we often see a desire to make the client onboarding [...]
Regulators are increasing their focus on the digital aspects of compliance and regulation. Can your firm measure up? The digitalisation of financial services and compliance shows no signs of stopping—meaning that supervision is becoming [...]
A Q&A with ComplyPortal’s Client Service Associate - James Miller Describe your job in three words. Social, challenging, rewarding How did you get into your current role? I have worked in Client Services and [...]
As firms move from implementing to testing their operational resilience, could you be monitoring your risks more efficiently? How are you monitoring processes to test operational resilience? Businesses are subject to more risks and [...]
From SMCR to SEAR, how does your firm manage compliance with accountability obligations? Since the 2008-09 financial crisis, banks have been on shaky ground when it comes to trust. Already on the back foot, [...]
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