Why join our team?
We are the leading governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) advisor in Financial Services. When you join ACA, you'll become part of a team whose unique combination of talent includes the industry's largest team of former regulators, compliance professionals, legal professionals, and GIPS® standards verifiers in the industry, along with practitioners in cybersecurity, ESG, and regulatory technology.
We provide innovative and tailored solutions for our clients. We encourage creative and entrepreneurial thinking and offer multiple career paths.
Life happens. We offer competitive PTO and flex-time to help you juggle it all.
We appreciate your hard work and want to make sure you know it.
We want to help you and your family stay happy and healthy.
We are growing quickly, but we haven’t lost sight of our greatest asset: our employees. At ACA, we encourage you to take ownership of your experience and seek opportunities to grow your career.
We are a group of thoughtful, hard-working, intelligent individuals (who also like to have fun).
Our mission is to be the leading GRC advisor in financial services by integrating the expertise of former regulators and practitioners with analytics, technology, and managed services, empowering clients to reimagine GRC and protect and grow their business.
Shvetank Shah, Chief Executive Officer
We grow as a TEAM
- Transforming through innovation
- Excellence delivered to our clients, consistently
- Accountable for our actions
- Motivating our talent
We foster a culture of growth
- Focus on continuous learning through inquiry, curiosity, and transparency.
- Time-limited experiments to continuously challenge the status quo.
- Continuous feedback grounded in a shared commitment to helping each other grow and get better.
- Environment that is open to change with leaders willing to take personal responsibility for their shortcomings and missteps.
We are strengthened by diversity and inclusion
Our diversity makes us more creative, flexible, productive, and competitive.
In March, our WE@ACA affinity group led a company-wide celebration for International Women's Day. The ACA team participated in discussions on this year's theme, #ChooseToChallenge. We welcomed Michele Shepard, ACA board member, for a conversation about how we can all choose to challenge bias and build a more diverse and inclusive culture at ACA.
We work to make sure all employees' voices are heard
Our affinity groups are led by our diverse group of employees to ensure that all of our employees’ voices are heard.
Assists in furthering the personal and professional development of all LGBT+ communities and ally employees through community outreach, mentoring, and professional networking opportunities, as well as provide a peer-to-peer safe place forum for discussion, inclusion, and understanding.
Provides a platform by which Black employees can engage directly with one another on a regular basis and discuss any issues that may be relevant to their professional career at ACA. This group also provides an avenue to collectively share concerns with ACA leadership about ways in which Black employees can be better served at ACA.
Brings insight into the different ethnicities, cuisine, and culture within the Hispanic community, as well as provide a collaborative collective group to help mentor, empower, and assist ACA’s Hispanic/Latinx talent.
Creates a support network and establishes a more collaborative environment by providing training and learning opportunities. This group also generates awareness and identify solutions across ACA on unbiased and biased inequalities between men and women.
Provides networking opportunities for parents to lean on each other as they manage working along with family needs.
Raises awareness and promotes the philanthropic work of ACA employees. This group provides resources and opportunities for charitable giving and volunteer work while supporting quarterly initiatives and vetting charities to receive matching funds for donations by ACA.
We're growing quickly and adding new opportunities regularly. Explore our job openings to find a position that’s right for you.
ACA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity. We conduct our business without regard to actual or perceived age, race, color, religion, disability, caregiver, marital or partnership status, pregnancy (including childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), ancestry, national origin and citizenship, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, sexual and reproductive health decisions, military or veteran status, creed, genetic predisposition, carrier status or any other category protected by federal, state and local law. ACA is firmly committed to a policy of nondiscrimination, which applies to recruiting, hiring, placement, promotions, training, discipline, terminations, layoffs, recall, transfers, leaves of absence, compensation and all other terms and conditions of employment. Here at ACA, we have created a variety of programs to promote ACA’s culture of inclusivity and work hard to ensure that all of our employees have an equal opportunity to contribute to ACA and feel that ACA is exactly where they belong.
Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day remind us to reflect on all the progress that has been made for women’s rights and the work we have left to do. We recognize that women's historical contributions to the world and the workplace have been restricted, overlooked, and excluded from history.
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To celebrate Black History Month, ACA is proud to announce that we have formally launched the “Connected Black Professionals” affinity group (CBP).
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May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, and we are happy to celebrate with the launch of our Asian Pacific Islander Employee Resource Group!
ACA Mirabella are recognised as the hedge funds preferred provider, having once again been presented the title of Best Regulatory Hosting firm at the 2022 HFM European Services Awards. This is the seventh year in a row that ACA Mirabella has taken this title. Learn more about this win here.
New research reveals that confidence among financial services firms in the quality of their own transaction reporting is declining – down to 65% from 87% in 2021. This confirms concerns around inaccurate regulatory reporting leading to fears of undetected market abuse and an inability to monitor for systemic risks.