ACA Compliance Group, the nation’s leading regulatory and compliance consulting firm, today announced the opening of its newest office in San Francisco, California. The opening of ACA’s San Francisco office reflects ACA’s efforts to continue expansion to all U.S. cities with an SEC regional office. ACA will offer U.S.-related regulatory compliance consulting out of the San Francisco office.
“ACA is excited to expand our existing consulting practices to San Francisco. The opening of this office reflects our continued U.S. expansion and further dedication to our West Coast client base,” said ACA Los Angeles Partner, Dan Y. Smith.
ACA provides global compliance consulting services to investment advisers, private fund managers, commodity trading advisors, investment companies, and broker-dealers. ACA additionally provides GIPS verification services and a wide variety of compliance-related educational opportunities. ACA has offices across the U.S., Europe, and Asia, and a combined team of over 125 compliance and GIPS verification professionals, including more than 50 former regulators. The team offers the largest concentration of former SEC, FINRA, NYSE, NFA, CFTC and FSA regulators and senior compliance professionals in the industry.
Below is the information for the new San Francisco office:
ACA Compliance Group
250 Montgomery Street, Suite 780
San Francisco, CA 94104
ABOUT ACA COMPLIANCE GROUP
Founded in 2002 by former federal and state regulators, ACA delivers the highest quality compliance consulting services with unquestionable integrity and unmatched dedication to its clients. With offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other cities, ACA features an experienced consulting team of former SEC, FINRA, FSA, NYSE, CFTC, NFA, and state regulators, as well as former senior in-house compliance professionals from prominent financial institutions.
ACA partners with clients in order to help them build and maintain a strong culture of compliance and sound infrastructure. ACA-developed compliance programs are premised on industry best practices, up-to-date compliance requirements, and robust oversight processes.