Strunk is pleased to announce the expansion of their offering to serve investment advisory firms and broker-dealers
For over 40 years Strunk has been proud to work with financial institutions across the country to provide fee income strategy, risk management and compliance solutions. We are now bringing the power and reliability of our software applications to serve investment advisory firms and broker-dealers.
Any organization wants to be sure it has adequate policies and procedures in place to address the risks it faces. Strunk’s Policy Manager application is the perfect tool to help organize and manage these documents into a firm’s comprehensive compliance manual.
Due to the breadth of rulemakings and interpretations brought forth by the Securities and Exchange Commission that these organizations must adopt, internal policies and procedures are not only numerous but can be difficult to maintain. Strunk’s Policy Manager provides a structured, centralized single source of truth for this documentation. Dan Roderick, Strunk CEO commented, “Five years ago, our very first client for Policy Manager happened to be a broker-dealer and investment advisory firm, so it only makes sense for us to place additional focus on that market”.
The solution features linkage of procedures to polices, automated change logging, as well as the ability to add multiple file attachments to each document. It is also possible to map policies to relevant risk assessment frameworks to make sure all bases are covered.
Additionally, the ability to assign ownership responsibilities at the section or individual policy level will provide granular control over read, edit and approval rights. Companies will be able to track employee acknowledgement of reading specific policies through application logs and reports. When users make changes to documents these updates will be automatically logged and logs can be filtered by particular time period or user.
PDFs can be produced from all documentation for external consumption along with redline versions of policy changes for comparison.