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.

COVID-19 and Compliance – Mitigation Efforts Will Have Compliance Consequences the SEC Soon Will Examine

We understand that COVID-19 has brought many stresses, both personal and professional.  To many private fund advisers, this may seem an appropriate time to allow “compliance” to take a “back-seat.”  However, many business and management decisions your firm now may be contemplating or is already positioned to take likely will have compliance ramifications, now or … Continued

Where Are Your Cybersecurity Blindspots with COVID-19?

Google Data Reveals 350% Surge In Phishing Websites During Coronavirus Pandemic More financial firms have shifted to a remote workforce in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the availability of VPNs and cloud-based services has enabled firms to continue operating, the paradigm shift to an entire staff working from home has not come without … Continued

SEC Grants Section 17a No-Action Relief to Open-End Funds

The SEC has taken many actions in the past month to provide relief to registrants and the financial services industry during the COVID-19 national emergency. Another recent action is the relief granted by the SEC to open-end investment companies that are not exchange-traded funds and are not considered money market funds (“Funds”). The relief, granted … Continued