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What Sets Us Apart from Other Compliance Solutions?
The Risk Data Engine™: The Key to Compliance Program Effectiveness
Our proprietary Risk Data Engine™ sets the standard for Strategic Compliance Management by aggregating, enriching and normalizing vast quantities of data across a broad spectrum of sources. It creates a single, highly accurate and coherent repository of all the information needed to proactively manage complex regulatory and compliance challenges.
Our proprietary data management methodology and processes combined with our comprehensive and sophisticated Securities Master ensures the integrity of every data element that enters our risk repository.
Rich analytics provide insights into patterns, trends and exceptions resulting from employee activities. Early detection of anomalies and potential rule violations empowers compliance professionals to proactively mitigate risk.
Dynamic Risk Surveillance
The ComplySci Platform analyzes an individual’s critical behaviors and parameters to dynamically modify compliance management workflows based on each employee’s risk profile.
Industries Served by ComplySci
- Investment Banking
- Private Equity
- Hedge Funds
- Pension Funds
- Investment Managers
- Registered Investment Advisors
- Public Corporations
- Professional Services
Our Clients Include Leading Global Financial Institutions
What Our Clients Say About ComplySci
“I’ve been a long-time client at two different firms. ComplySci provides an excellent solution that adds value for registered investor compliance programs. I recommend them regularly to compliance colleagues.”Chief Compliance Officer
“Reviewing paper statements for personal trading monitoring used to be very labor intensive, but now with ComplySci we have saved more than 80% of that time to focus on more important compliance programs.”Chief Compliance Officer
“Working with ComplySci has been transformational in the way we administer our compliance program. We have reduced the time we were dedicating to a manual review of brokerage statements by an order of magnitude.”CFO/CCO
“The ComplySci platform offered exactly what we needed and I appreciated that the application could be tailored to fit our business needs. It was important that whatever was implemented was considered an industry best practice.”Chief Compliance Officer
Actionable Risk Management Advice
Join ComplySci and Digiterre for a webinar on issues at top of mind for firms of all sizes and complexities. With the continued push of new regulatory regimes such as MiFID II, the levels of data that compliance teams are expected to ingest, monitor and analyse is...
This webinar occurs on December 1, 2016 @ 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET / 7:00pm GMT Join ComplySci and FrontLine Compliance for a webinar on issues at top of mind for Private Equity firms of all sizes and complexities. As SEC registered PE firms continue to comprehend and...
REGISTER Now July 21 @ 1:00pm EDT / 10:00am PDT / 6:00pm BST Join us to hear our distinguished panel of experts discuss the following key topics: Best practices in developing your periodic compliance reporting. Effective interactions to cultivate with senior...
REGISTER Now 12 July @ 2:30pm BST / 9:30am EDT Compliance Science and ComplyPort, together with Intersol Global are excited to announce a partnered webinar on Whistleblowing in 2016. The discussion will aim to give Compliance Managers a transatlantic perspective on...
Digiterre Communica are excited to announce the first of our guest speakers for our Regulatory Compliance Breakfast Forum. Keynote speaker, Ronald Gould from Compliance Science. Date: Wednesday 20th April Venue: Millennium Hotel, London Mayfair, Grosvenor Square,...
ComplySci Europe's Chairman, Ronald Gould, was featured in Compliance Monitor on September 7, 2016, discussing the impacts of Brexit on the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), released 3 July 2016. Ronald also provides a deeper dive into what the MAR is, who and what it...
Expecting regulators to prevent banking frauds is ‘naive and optimistic’ , says former FSA advisor [IBTimes]
ComplySci's European Chairman, Ronald Gould, shares his expert opinion with International Business Times on the ability for regulators to prevent fraud before it happens, as well as regulators' capabilities overall. According to Gould, we cannot expect that up against...
ComplySci's Ronald Gould was featured in Compliance Reporter, discussing the implications of Brexit on Investment Advisors.
ComplySci's new CEO, Jean-Marc Levy, was featured in Waters Technology on July 13th, 2016. Jean-Marc discussed his plans for the company, expansion into Europe and the development of the company's brand new, cutting-edge compliance and risk management platform,...
The announcement of ComplySci's new CEO, Jean-Marc Levy, and CFO, Robert Mattes, was covered by Fund Operations on July 13th, 2016. Click the button below to check it out.
ComplySci has submitted for the 2017 Benzinga Fintech Awards in the categories of Best Analysis Platform and Best Regtech Solution. To remind our valued customers, partners and members of our community why we're worth your vote, we are publishing the "9 Reasons to...
2016 was a busy year for us here at ComplySci, creating regular content for our community of risk and compliance professionals. For highlights of the best webinars, white papers and blog posts of 2016, see below. Webinars In 2016, ComplySci conducted seven webinars...
The process of making Brexit actually happen is daunting, involving millions of pages of rules, regulations, legislative actions and a heavy dose of politics. Getting it right will be difficult and getting it wrong will be easy, though with dire consequences. Nowhere...
Commentary by Ronald Gould, European Chairman, ComplySci, Ltd. Lets go on a bit of time travel – it’s June 2018 and the UK Senior Managers Regime now applies to all financial sector firms, large and small – that’s over 35,000 by the way. Many thousands of...
Over the last year, the FCA has been handing out fines at an unprecedented rate in an attempt to clamp down on insider trading. In May 2016, following an eight year investigation costing £14 million (one the FCA’s longest running and most complex insider trading cases...