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.

SFTR: An Operational Game Changer for the Market

Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) requirements are expected to be adopted by the European Commission (EC) by Q1 2019. Prior to finalisation, the EC and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) must resolve some differences over the SFTR level 2 Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS), but no further material changes are expected.

SEC Retail Investor Focus Turns Towards Registered Investment Companies

Earlier this year when the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (“OCIE”) announced its 2018 examination priorities, OCIE stated that a core priority was to protect retail investors, including seniors and individuals saving for retirement. OCIE is now continuing this effort by focusing on mutual funds and exchanged-traded funds (together, the “Funds”) as the … Continued

SEC Alerts Investment Advisers to Review Solicitor Arrangements

On October 31, OCIE issued a new Risk Alert for investment advisers with solicitor arrangements. The SEC periodically releases risk alerts to notify the industry of deficiencies they are finding during examinations, and this latest alert puts investment advisers with solicitor arrangements on notice to check their solicitor agreements, policies and procedures, and disclosure documents. … Continued