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The standard in regulatory compliance.

The standard in regulatory compliance

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

Regulatory Reporting Regulatory Data Management

Trade Monitoring & Analysis Compliance Services

Delivering a comprehensive suite of best-in-class software solutions and services

CSS uniquely brings together innovative, technology-driven solutions to support financial services firms in navigating a clear and strategic path through the complex and overlapping regulatory requirements they face globally. Our services cover a full range of compliance disciplines spanning regulatory reporting, regulatory data management and distribution, post-trade monitoring and analytics, and compliance management and best practice.

Addressing the full range of mandatory regulatory and compliance requirements globally

Our comprehensive set of highly complementary, technology-enabled solutions encompass the full range of mandatory regulations and compliance requirements that financial services firms are subject to globally.

Dedicated to working with compliance professionals across the financial services industry

CSS works in partnership with a diversified set of financial services clients across the global asset management, alternative investment fund and investment advisory communities to ensure compliance with the full panoply of their regulatory needs. In addition, we offer a full range of compliance software solutions and services to broker-dealers, banks, fund administrators and other third-party service providers.

Introducing the Regulatory Book of Record (RBOR)

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with our Chief Product Officer Ronan Brennan to discuss regulatory data management in front of an intimate and engaged audience of CSS conference attendees in Scottsdale, Arizona. The group ranged from small fund managers to large institutional asset managers, so it was difficult to boil down the … Continued

SEC Sets Clear Expectations Regarding Registered Investment Companies’ Compliance Programs

Chief Compliance Officers, Trustees and Service Providers to registered investment companies (RICs) be fair warned … the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) has issued a Risk Alert identifying the most common deficiencies identified in examinations of RICs and providing observations with respect to money market funds and target date funds. With respect … Continued

SEC Proposes Amendments to Advertising Rules

In a proposal that would mark the first changes since 1961, the SEC has introduced amendments to modify the “Advertisements by Investment Advisers” Rule 206(4)-1 of the Investment Advisers Act. Changes to the rule would allow for testimonials and social media practices beyond that currently allowed, and performance marketing subject to new requirements. Some parts … Continued