Compliance teams are constantly challenged to keep pace with ever-evolving regulatory change while navigating the pressures of geopolitical threats, economic crises, and third-party risks. Uncertain times require a nimble approach to achieve compliance and address business priorities in new ways to enable innovation and growth while minimizing risk.
As the global regulation continues to change, it's key that you keep up to speed with latest developments. Here we capture the latest compliance trends, industry insights, risk alerts, and events.
Latest insights and alerts
Financial firms have good reason to be worried about cyber risk. Attacks are on the rise, average costs of a breach are increasing, and regulators are responding by launching new measures for greater oversight. What are the emerging threats, and how should firms respond to this ever evolving landscape.
- Cybersecurity Resources
The observations the SEC shared earlier this year about common deficiencies uncovered during exams hold important lessons not only for registered private funds, but for other types of funds subject to SEC oversight as well. We outline the key takeaways.
Budget Benchmarking Survey Series: Compare Your Cyber and Compliance Program Resources to Your Peers
Participate in our budget and staffing surveys to learn how your peers are allocating their program’s resources and prepare for the 2023 budgeting season.
With 97% of firms getting their transaction reporting wrong, it's clear they cannot rely solely on technology to create and submit complete and accurate reports under MiFIR, EMIR or SFTR. Can firms simply leave it up to the machines to detect errors? Or is human intervention key to ensuring the reporting is being done correctly?
- Trade & Transaction
We are pleased to announce the release of our new master class series on the SEC’s Marketing Rule! Sponsored by the NSCP and ACA Group and developed by Patrick Hayes, host of the Compliance In Context Podcast, and Carlo di Florio, ACA Group’s Global Advisory Leader.
- SEC Marketing Rule
Regulatory expectations around firms’ trade surveillance programmes is rising, thanks in large part to the advent of Supervisory Technology (SupTech). The US SEC and the UK FCA are now ingesting significant volumes of transaction data every day, and are monitoring that data for potential market abuse very effectively. Is it time for firms to put more focus on this area to avoid being caught short?