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The complete compliance solution.

We help companies in the financial services industry manage regulatory risk and compliance obligations across all levels of their organization with our best-in-class products and services. Our trusted compliance solutions help clients efficiently adapt to changing regulations and make critical business decisions with confidence so they can spend more time focusing on customers and growing their business.

No matter the size of your organization or your role, you will find that our compliance tools and resources can be a valuable asset for your company.

The complete compliance solution.

We help companies in the financial services industry manage regulatory risk and compliance obligations across all levels of their organization with our best-in-class products and services. Our trusted compliance solutions help clients efficiently adapt to changing regulations and make critical business decisions with confidence so they can spend more time focusing on customers and growing their business.

No matter the size of your organization or your role, you will find that our compliance tools and resources can be a valuable asset for your company.

Board of Directors and Executives

According to the CFPB, the Board of Directors (“Board”) is ultimately responsible for the company’s compliance program. The CFPB believes that an effective Board will establish a compliance function, allocate sufficient resources to that function, and communicate clear expectations and policy statements about consumer compliance. To accomplish these tasks, the Board must be knowledgeable and well-informed when it comes to regulatory obligations.

We provide compliance tools and resources to ensure that your Board is properly educated. Our Compliance Management Systems specifically detail Board roles and responsibilities. We summarize federal consumer financial regulations in plain-English and provide valuable insight regarding implementation strategies to ensure that your company’s compliance program is effective.

Board of Directors and Executives

According to the CFPB, the Board of Directors (“Board”) is ultimately responsible for the company’s compliance program. The CFPB believes that an effective Board will establish a compliance function, allocate sufficient resources to that function, and communicate clear expectations and policy statements about consumer compliance. To accomplish these tasks, the Board must be knowledgeable and well-informed when it comes to regulatory obligations.

We provide compliance tools and resources to ensure that your Board is properly educated. Our Compliance Management Systems specifically detail Board roles and responsibilities. We summarize federal consumer financial regulations in plain-English and provide valuable insight regarding implementation strategies to ensure that your company’s compliance program is effective.

Operations Management and Staff

The CFPB expects consumer financial service providers to maintain policies and procedures that address compliance with all applicable federal consumer financial laws in a manner designed to prevent violations and to detect and prevent associated risk of harm to consumers. We integrate best practices, legal concepts, and regulatory considerations into all of our compliance solutions to help bridge the gap between understanding the law and applying it to your organization’s daily operations.

Our Compliance Packages contain informative tools and resources that will assist operational employees during any stage of the product lifecycle. Our Policy Manuals summarize applicable federal consumer financial regulations and offer implementation strategies that describe steps your company can take to comply with the regulatory requirements. We provide tools and resources that will not only educate your team, but will serve as a reference for employees in their day-to-day activities.

Operations Management and Staff

The CFPB expects consumer financial service providers to maintain policies and procedures that address compliance with all applicable federal consumer financial laws in a manner designed to prevent violations and to detect and prevent associated risk of harm to consumers. We integrate best practices, legal concepts, and regulatory considerations into all of our compliance solutions to help bridge the gap between understanding the law and applying it to your organization’s daily operations.

Our Compliance Packages contain informative tools and resources that will assist operational employees during any stage of the product lifecycle. Our Policy Manuals summarize applicable federal consumer financial regulations and offer implementation strategies that describe steps your company can take to comply with the regulatory requirements. We provide tools and resources that will not only educate your team, but will serve as a reference for employees in their day-to-day activities.

Audit and Monitoring Staff

The CFPB expects that all consumer financial service providers develop and maintain a monitoring and audit system to address compliance with all applicable Federal consumer financial laws and identify any significant gaps in policies and standards.  Our Policy Manuals contain compliance checklists that will take your audit team step-by-step through risk assessments for overall compliance management and various business functions (e.g., sales, underwriting, and customer service) and products.

Audit and Monitoring Staff

The CFPB expects that all consumer financial service providers develop and maintain a monitoring and audit system to address compliance with all applicable Federal consumer financial laws and identify any significant gaps in policies and standards.  Our Policy Manuals contain compliance checklists that will take your audit team step-by-step through risk assessments for overall compliance management and various business functions (e.g., sales, underwriting, and customer service) and products.

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