The standard in regulatory compliance

CSS is a global RegTech platform delivering a set of comprehensive and highly complementary technology-enabled regulatory solutions that serve compliance professionals across the financial services industry

Regulatory Reporting
Manage multiple forms and filings from a single platform that includes automated validations and compliance checks.

Regulatory Data Management
Leverage our solutions to identify, source, and enrich data, as well as to securely share data for regulatory purposes.

Trade Monitoring & Analysis
Ensure compliance with post-trade, position limit, substantial shareholding thresholds, and other market transparency requirements.

Compliance Services
Access technology-driven compliance expertise to solve the toughest regulatory challenges.

Introduction to SFTR ‘Cheat Sheet’

SFTR is designed to enhance transparency of Securities Finance Transactions (SFTs) for all financial and non-financial EU entities and, branches of non-EU entities. The reporting obligation begins 11 April 2020 for investment firms, followed by a nine-month phased approach for other firms. Need a quick introduction to the key details of the regulation? Download our … Continued

Even When SEC Rulemaking Slows, Your Compliance Manual Shouldn’t Stagnate

Maintaining tailored policies and procedures is a critical component of an adviser’s internal controls. Time and time again, we’ve heard regulators admonish the industry that off-the-shelf compliance manuals just don’t cut it. In today’s ever-shifting regulatory environment, does your compliance manual need a reboot? Although there has not been any significant rule making over the … Continued

Life Cycle Guidance for Service Provider Due Diligence

Engaging third-party service providers to perform key functions can offer an investment adviser access to state-of-the-art technology and solutions necessary to compete in today’s environment. Before entering into service provider relationships, advisers need to understand that while the function may be outsourced, the responsibility for the function still rests with the adviser. Firms engaging service … Continued