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Wolters Kluwer provides a broad range of services and software solutions to help banks, credit unions, brokerage funds, mutual funds, hedge funds, leasing and insurance companies meet their complex and ever-changing compliance and regulatory obligations.

We embed unmatched expertise into our award-winning solutions to address compliance and regulatory challenges at all levels of the organization.

What we offer

Banking Product Compliance

Leading edge solutions for financial institutions to simplify workflows, drive efficiencies and ensure compliance across many products, from deposit accounts to home mortgages, commercial loans, insurance and investment. Our solutions help you navigate regulatory changes efficiently and embed compliance at every stage, from origination through ongoing servicing.

 

Regulatory Compliance

The OneSumX suite of integrated regulatory compliance solutions provides financial institutions with unparalleled capabilities to analyze, interpret and address their global regulatory reporting and enterprise compliance management obligations.

 

Insurance Solutions

We offer the industry's most trusted and relied upon solutions to manage the insurance compliance process, and a common platform to monitor and report on compliance risks.

Audit Solutions

Our solutions empower audit departments of all sizes to more efficiently manage the audit process, spending less time documenting and reviewing and more time providing value-added services.

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Agencies Finalize Regulation CC Cost of Living Adjustments

(Published June 2019) The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (the Bureau) and the Federal Reserve Board (the Board) jointly issued a final rule amending Regulation CC. Principal Consultant at Wolters Kluwer, Karl Leslie gives insight into the final rule.

FATF Report a Wake-Up Call for China on AML and Terrorist Financing

(Published June 24, 2019) Whilst in the last decade China has undertaken many initiatives which have contributed positively to its understanding of ML/TF risk, some important gaps remain. With the current FATF report, the Chinese government may revise the current AML laws and the local regulator may, in one to two years’ time, announce an extension of requirements to both banks and non-banks .

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FATF evaluation underlines AML and CTF urgency for Chinese banks
 

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