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News Roundup: Business Preparedness and Compliance

Posted by FP Transitions on Mar 26, 2020 4:53:59 PM

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The last thing any business owner and professional needs is to deal with more ambiguity and uncertainty than the global situation has already dealt us. In our highly regulated industry, many advisors are asking questions about how to keep their teams safe and do their part to "flatten the curve" while remaining compliant in operations and client communication. Many industry experts and institutions are weighing in on how to maintain business continuity, protect your clients, and remain compliant during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some of the resources we found most valuable on these subjects:

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Topics: Industry News, Continuity, Compliance, Leadership

5 Compliance Mistakes You're Probably Making

Posted by Rachel Beckwith on Oct 17, 2017 1:28:00 AM

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Compliance is a “have to” in the financial services industry. Advisory firms are required to have a compliance officer or a designated third-party compliance administrator. While your business might technically meet internal compliance requirements, there’s much more to consider in order to keep your business protected from regulatory scrutiny.
 
We recently teamed up with Bates Group to film a series of special Roundtable Talks centered on the importance of staying on top of compliance. One of Bates Group’s Managing Directors, David Birnbaum, JD, joined us to talk about the ways to achieve good compliance management, as well as how it can impact the value and growth of your firm. From these conversations we’ve found the following five compliance mistakes to be the most common to many financial services businesses.

1. Neglecting Internal Compliance Audits

If you wait until you’re faced with a regulatory audit to look at your policies and operating procedures, you’ve waited too long. By reviewing the business periodically, you’ll not only be able to head off potential issues before they arise, but you’ll be prepared for any observations a regulator could make during a compliance audit. In addition to the security in knowing everything is running smoothly and within regulation, you’ll also be able to confidently answer any questions a regulator or outside party might have about your business.

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Topics: Acquisition, Business Value, Roundtable Talks, Compliance

Compliance, Acquisition, & Value : A Special Roundtable Talk Series with Bates Group

Posted by FP Transitions on Sep 7, 2017 8:36:01 AM

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Compliance is a “have to” in the financial services industry. Advisory firms are required to have a compliance officer or a designated third-party compliance administrator, either of which must meet specific qualifications. Doing only as much as is required, however, still leaves you open to the risk of regulatory issues and scrutiny that you’re not prepared for.

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Topics: Webcasts, Roundtable Talks, Regulatory, Compliance

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