Our platform’s most recent enhancements are aimed at helping you improve your regulatory compliance processes. This includes enhancements to our Glassdoor feature, workflow capabilities, and new concepts that speed up your focused searches.
We also continued enriching our regulatory coverage, not only by introducing new concepts, but also by expanding our content coverage: regulatory updates for legislations, regulations, banking, finance, securities, and telecommunications related matters across the globe including Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, and the United States.
Reduce ambiguity of content status by looking through our Glassdoor
To help you keep track of the processing status of the regulatory sources most relevant to you, Compliance.ai provides a “Glassdoor” feature for admins (upon request, which can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org). Within Glassdoor, you can check the status of not only all regulatory sources selected in your default filters, but also sources referenced within your alerts.
Our latest Glassdoor enhancements help you pinpoint specific sources, either using your default filters or based on one or more of your alerts. This new search capability is designed to help you identify specific problematic sources and implement backup plans as necessary.
If you are an API developer, you can also leverage our new Glassdoor endpoint to complete your research. Explore the Glassdoor Endpoint in our interactive API.
Bring consistency to your compliance decisions by incorporating approvals in your workflows
You can already specify task approvers for workflow tasks. We’ve now added an extra layer of control, enabling administrators to choose a primary approver for any task.
Assigning a primary approver not only “buttons up” the approval process, it also simplifies task completion for the assignee. Now, instead of selecting the most appropriate approver, all the assignee needs to do once they’ve completed their task is click the “Submit for approval” button.
If your regulatory change process requires approvals, try our new approval functionality. Simply access your existing workflow, select the “Require approval” checkbox and add the preferred approver for any task requiring a secondary approval. Next, simply delete your existing “approval” task from the workflow.
Manage Workflow: Selecting the primary approver.
Tasks Completion: Approval Process
Submit Task for Approval
Approve or Reject Task
Speed up your regulatory research by integrating Concepts into your regulatory review
Constructing the best possible search for key regulatory changes can be challenging. That’s why we continue to enhance our library of concepts. Concepts are automatically tagged on all documents available in our platform, allowing you to locate critical regulatory changes and associated documents related to specific topics with one click.
Our latest Concepts focus on Employment and Deposits, and include:
Workplace Health and Safety
Employers are required to comply with a vast array of health and safety regulations.
It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against a job applicant because of his or her race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetic information.
Equal pay regulations require that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work.
Workers’ compensation is insurance that provides cash benefits and/or medical care for workers who are injured or become ill as a direct result of their job.
Regulations on the minimum amount of remuneration that an employer is required to pay wage earners for the work performed.
Fees and charges
Regulations may require banks to disclose fees and charges associated with deposit accounts, such as maintenance fees, transaction fees, or overdraft fees.
Minimum Balance Requirements
Regulations may specify minimum balance requirements for certain types of deposit accounts, such as savings accounts or checking accounts.
Regulations may limit the amount of interest banks can offer on deposits or require banks to disclose interest rates to customers in a specific way.
Regulations may require banks to participate in deposit insurance programs to protect their customers’ deposits in case of bank failure.
Deposits – General
Funds that customers place into a bank account, such as a savings or checking account, which the bank holds and may use for lending or investment purposes.
To use any of our Concepts within a search, simply add the concept of interest to your basic or advanced search, and then add other attributes such as agencies, jurisdictions, or publication dates to further narrow your results.
If our new deposits and employment concepts apply to your business, don’t forget to select them in your Default Filters so they are automatically added to your search when you access the Timeline or conduct your own searches.
All Concepts associated with regulatory changes are listed in the Details right panel, giving you higher visibility to assess the potential impact of a regulatory change before you review the entire document.
If you are an API developer, you can also leverage Concepts via our API
If you would like to leverage this endpoint in your application, please visit our interactive API. Check out our “References API” section for detailed instructions on integrating the Concept endpoint.
Our Concept library is expanding all the time. If you have suggested concepts that would benefit you, reach out to us at email@example.com and we’ll work with you to further extend our concept capabilities.
For a list of all Concepts provided by Compliance.ai, please check out our Concept documentation on developer.compliance.ai.
Speed up Regulatory Intelligence research: One Source for Regulatory Intelligence: Expanding Regulatory Coverage
We continued expansion of our regulatory coverage. You can now follow recent regulatory updates across specific lines of business and jurisdictions across a variety of business and operational topics and jurisdictions:
Banking: related updates from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, and Luxembourg.
Finance: related updates from Quebec (Canada), France, the United Kingdom, and Louisiana (USA).
Legislations: related updates from France, New Hampshire, New York, and South Carolina.
Regulations: related updates from Canada, France, and Mexico.
Securities: related updates from Yukon (Canada).
Telecommunication: related updates from Canada.
Australia: updates from the Reserve Bank of Australia (AUS-RBA).
Brazil: updates from the Banco Central do Brasil (Central Bank of Brazil) (BRA-BCB).
Canada: updates from the Bank of Canada (CAN-BOC), Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CAN-CRTC), Government of Canada (CAN-GOV), Autorité des marchés financiers (CAN-QCAMF), and the Yukon Superintendent of Securities (CAN-YTSOS).
France: updates Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution (French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority) (FRA-ACPR), Autorite de marches financiers (FRA-AMF), Banque de France (FRA-BDF), Direction générale des Finances publiques (Directorate General of Public Finance) (FRA-BOFIP), Parliament of France (FRA-PARL).
Italy: updates from the Bank of Italy (ITA-BDI)
Luxembourg: updates from the Luxembourg Bankers Association (LUX-ABBL), Luxembourg Justice Department (LUX-AJ), and the Banque Centrale du Luxembourg (Central Bank of Luxembourg) (LUX-BCL).
Mexico: updates from the Government of Mexico (MEX-GOV).
United Kingdom: updates from HM Treasury (UK-HMT).
United States: updates from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions, New Hampshire General Court (NH-GC), New York State Legislature (NY-SL), South Carolina General Assembly (SC-GA).
Tip of the Month: Need to maintain labels across document versions? Let our Label Service Connector do the work for you.
Labeling documents is an easy and convenient way to enrich documents with information you can share across your organization. For example, you might want to add controls, topics, or even project names to ensure that you and your colleagues can find the most critical documents for your research needs.
The only trouble is, labels are static while regulatory documents change. If you’re a Team Edition or Service Connector Edition user, you’re in luck. Our special labeling service connector automatically adds labels from prior versions of a regulatory document to newer versions as soon as they are available on the Compliance.ai platform!
If you are interested in having us implement this capability for your organization, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put our bot to work for you.
Update your Default Filters at any time to take advantage of our new regulatory sources.
We hope you enjoyed this product update!
Client feedback is always welcome. Please contact our support team with any questions or feedback or schedule a time to review our new features. Remember that you can always access the Training Center under the Help (?) section of the platform for more information.
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