AIMA is pleased to announce that it has worked with Enforcd Limited to offer our investment manager members an early adopters’ rate to Enforcd EDB - The Enforcement Database, which provides analysis of past regulatory enforcement action together with expert insight, news and analysis, enabling investment managers to avoid common pitfalls and prepare for key aspects of regulatory change including MiFID II. Enforcd EDB can also be used as training tool.
To mark this partnership, Enforcd will also be providing a webinar to AIMA members on European Enforcement Trends for the Buy-Side in 2017 in September. More information will be provided in due course.
Enforcd EDB provides a comprehensive overview of enforcement action in the UK and a number of other key jurisdictions. Enforcement cases are analysed and interpreted by Enforcd’s in-house legal and compliance experts who have direct enforcement experience. Staff in risk, compliance and legal functions will save time in their analysis of enforcement activity and be able to quickly embed the regulatory lessons contained in them into their own firm thereby meeting the expectations of the Regulators.
The Bank of England has been using Enforcd EDB for over 6 months now, as part of their FinTech Accelerator programme. The Bank published a report on Enforcd, which underlines its usefulness to firms.
Speaking of the agreement, AIMA CEO Jack Inglis said, “there is clearly a lot of useful information to be extracted from past enforcement actions by supervisors and we’re pleased to be partnering with Enforcd who can help members make sense of that information”.
Jane Walshe, Enforcd CEO, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with AIMA to bring Enforcd EDB to the buy-side where we believe it offers a number of significant benefits. Staff in busy legal and compliance functions, grappling with MiFID II and other regulatory change programmes, can use Enforcd EDB to quickly identify and mitigate key areas of risk they may face. It can also help senior managers evidence to the regulator the taking of reasonable steps, in a variety of ways”.
Sign ups run from now, with a start date of 1st August. The offer runs until 31st December 2017. The early adopters rate offers up to 3 logins to Enforcd EDB for £1000 (plus VAT) for the first year. Those who cancel within the first three months will have nothing to pay. This represents a discount of 80% from the list fee of £5000 for three users.
You will receive a user account to Enforcd EDB within 3-4 working days ( Starting August 1st 2017 ). If for any reason you do not receive any confirmation or user information from us, please contact us at email@example.com .