Software to Play Increasingly Important Role Given Scarcity of Skilled Compliance Specialists

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At the end of a year in which regulators placed compliance management at the top of their list of priorities, financial firms should assess the processes and systems they have in place to prevent compliance breaches, such as failing to develop and enforce written policies and procedures (P&Ps). According to “Cost Of Compliance 2016,” a Thomson Reuters global survey of financial services firms, technology solutions may play an increasingly important role given the scarcity of skilled compliance talent.

[This article is published in full at Corporate Compliance Insights.  The Thomson Reuters Cost of Compliance survey findings can be found at: https://risk.thomsonreuters.com/special-report/cost-compliance-2016.]