Today credit union compliance managers need robust and effective compliance management software solutions to stay on top of changing laws, regulations, standards, and internal policies. Quantivate Regulatory Compliance Manager (RCM) provides a strong software solution for compliance managers to handle a wide variety of compliance processes and ensure accountability throughout organizations of all sizes. The software delivers key features to monitor pertinent regulations and other requirements, organize compliance documentation, run risk assessments and audits, and demonstrate proof of compliance through robust reporting.
Quantivate RCM software can help you:
Quantivate regulatory compliance software solution provides a common framework and an integrated approach to meet cross-industry and industry specific regulations including:
Single sign-on (SSO) allows you to utilize your company’s data (active directory) to automatically sign into the Quantivate platform without entering your username and password. Quantivate’s SSO solution supports user provisioning which automatically creates an account on the first login.
Provided as a part of the included software content – Executive Summaries are summaries of existing laws that are already in effect. Executive summaries are reviewed on an annual basis by Quantivate partners Howard and Howard Attorneys for any updates and changes.
Content of Executive Summaries:
Quantivate is a NAFCU Preferred Partner for Vendor and Contract Management Software
Howard & Howard offers Regulatory Updates in the form of Compliance Alert e-mails and content within the software; to help your financial institution understand new or amended regulations from NCUA, OCC, FDIC, FFIEC, Federal Reserve, or the CFPB and the steps you need to take in order to remain in compliance. Our Compliance Alerts are written by experienced compliance attorneys who translate the complex regulatory language and provide an executive summary and action items for your financial institution.
One of the challenges of new regulatory requirements is determining whether or not the rules apply to your institution and, specifically, which of your products would be impacted. Each Howard & Howard Compliance Alert includes a Scope & Applicability section, Impacted Areas section and Agency(ies) section to help you determine if and how the new rules impact your institution’s operations.