The financial industry has seen an unprecedented increase in regulatory requirements forcing banks to have a greater focus on the way risk is managed. Increasingly, regulators, customers, and other key stakeholders are demanding more transparency while management is requiring greater ROI from systems, software, and tools. However, many organizations create fragmented systems for risk management and compliance producing an inefficient system filled with redundancies and additional risk.
With the integrated Quantivate GRC Suite it is easy for financial institutions to integrate distinct yet interdependent disciplines such as business continuity, vendor management, information security, audit management, and enterprise risk management. Data integrates seamlessly between the modules and Quantivate’s solution will grow with your organization.
Quantivate knows that each organization is unique, and has made its solutions’ customizability, flexibility, and configurability the unconditional foundation of the Quantivate platform.
- Bank Enterprise Risk Management Software
- Bank Vendor Management Software
- Bank Business Continuity Software
- Bank Internal Audit Software
- Bank IT GRC Software
- Bank Regulatory Compliance Software
Quantivate enables organizations to effectively, and efficiently comply with the various regulations covering financial institutions including:
- Basel II – Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Sound Practices for Management and Supervision
- Interagency Paper on Sound Practices to Strengthen the Resilience of the U.S. Financial System
- EFA Act
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999, section 501 (b) PL 106-102 1999 S 900
- OCC Bulletin 2013-29 – Third Party Relationships
- NCUA: Letter to Credit Unions 06-CU-12, Disaster Preparedness and Response Examination Procedure
- NCUA: Letter to Credit Unions 01-CU-21, Disaster Recovery and Business Resumption Contingency Plans
- NCUA Letter to Credit Unions 07-CU-13: Evaluating Third Party Relationships
Quantivate’s products and services have been audited, reviewed, and passed examinations from many state and federal examiners – including:
- State Examiners
- State Insurance Commissioners