Risky Women Podcast featuring our Director Asia-Pacific, Kelly-Ann McHugh

We are delighted to announce that our director Asia-Pacific, Kelly-Ann McHugh has joined the Risky Women Community and will be hosting a few podcasts on Risky Women Radio.

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How to Plan a Compliance Solution Migration

Regulatory Compliance is a challenge for financial services and to nail the compliance solution you use is crucial. It is the responsibility of the compliance department to make sure rules and policy are in place to protect the company reputation.

Doesn’t matter the size of your organization or compliance department. Only the best compliance strategy will suffice, if you have a good compliance program but a weak compliance software provider that doesn’t listen to your priorities, migrating to another option is pivotal.

Compliance migration isn't an issue that should be taken lightly, though, which is why you need to plot the progress in style.

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Taking the Next Steps With Your Compliance Solution

Perhaps you already have a compliance solution or perhaps you still trusting on excel spreadsheet and manual process to keep your employees compliant and avoid regulations fines. For sure, if you still using manual process and fully trusting your excel spreadsheet you are in danger. You should be looking for a more modern compliance solution that can help to reduce your stress and workload.

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Global Expansion is Challenging Compliance

“We can’t change human nature, or the pressures of business and the economic/political backdrop, but we can change how we deal with compliance” states Crispin Rapinet,  partner at Hogan Lovells, in the 2020 report providing an overview of the challenges for multinationals on all aspects of anti-bribery & corruption.

The report highlights how multinationals in Europe, the U.S., and Asia are dealing with the pressure of global growth while balancing  ABC's concerns when investing in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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Compliance Software for the Financial Control Room

Managing a financial trading control room involves balancing a wide variety of tasks. To comply with the rules and regulations, all deals need to be carefully reviewed, the flow of information must be managed strictly, and there needs to be a focus on preventing conflicts of interest. All this work can take a long time to carry out, and a single deal can move slowly through the pipeline. The control room is at the heart of the financial firm, and everything needs to run smoothly to produce optimum results and keep everyone happy. However, with the difficulty of managing compliance in the control room, it's certainly not easy to ensure compliance is carried out effectively.

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