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Public companies, whether it’s a publicly traded company, publicly held company, publicly listed company, or public limited company, can face complex corporate governance issues, overwhelming disclosure requirements, and the risk of shareholder activism.

Most public companies spend millions every year on branding, advertising, and marketing efforts to position a company positively to consumers. The strength of a company’s brand reputation is on the line every day and can be affected by the actions of its employees.

ComplySci is purpose built for compliance monitoring to meet Code of Ethics regulations. Our solutions track employee conflicts of interest activities related to personal trading, gifts and entertainment, political contributions, outside business activities, marketing materials, IPOs, and private placements.

REDUCE RISK

Protect Your Reputation

ComplySci is purpose built for compliance monitoring to meet Code of Ethics regulations. Our solutions track employee conflicts of interest activities related to personal trading, gifts and entertainment, political contributions, outside business activities, marketing materials, IPOs, and private placements.

GAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE

Increase Investor Confidence

Public companies have an obligation to meet specific SEC compliance to prevent fraud and deception.

A RegTech solution like ComplySci, instills a confidence to the public and to potential investors that the company has taken steps to meet strict regulatory requirements.

SHIFT YOUR FOCUS

Prioritize Strategic Activities

Between the board of directors, shareholders, investors and regulators, public companies have many obligations to meet. ComplySci can help compliance departments streamline compliance processes making it easier to establish a culture of compliance and free up time to focus on other compliance matters that directly contribute to the company’s profit margin.

“Our company realized a 50% reduction in time spent managing certifications. Previously, a lot of time was spent following up with employees to get signatures.”

– VP, Compliance