Governor Software Downloads

 

 

Homeworking

Webinar

Keeping your Compliance Office Running and Compliant while Home-Working.

Recent developments around COVID-19, mean that everyone must re-think the way they work, and how they interact.  For many office-based workers this means working from home.  The heads of compliance at financial institutions were already stuck between a rock and a hard place, trying to deal with both increased regulatory requirements and the demand to cut costs. COVID-19 additionally forces compliance teams to work remotely often with multiple spreadsheets, share-point files and disparate emails. With no coherent frame of reference, remote working is particularly challenging.
 
So, what will this mean for compliance teams working remotely – how easy is it to continue to monitor regulation, track compliance and continue to work as a team, assigning and tracking necessary tasks all from a number of remote locations?
 
Download to learn more.
 
 

edit-829810

Guide

Compliance Oversight

 

The process of compliance oversight is relatively simple in theory but financial institutions have historically made it extremely complex and unwieldy.

 

In order to root out the inefficiencies and make the process more effective a straightforward re-thinking of the practise is needed. This doesn’t mean pulling up the roots and starting again, but defining and mapping the oversight requirements and process as part of defining the core compliance requirements.  In short ‘design in good oversight’.

 

This approach will support oversight becoming a standard item and the days of running around looking for old spreadsheets, presentations and emails should become a thing of the past.

Find out more by Downloading the Governor Software Compliance Oversight Guide today: 

 

Guide to Compliance Oversight

 

Governor Webinar Series

Webinar

The FCA Handbook is going digital

 

The FCA Handbook is changing!  The need for firms to continue to work directly off a static copy of the FCA's UK financial regulations is coming to an end.  These changes mean that the traditional approach of transposing regulations into spreadsheets or other documents to track actions and log compliance that has been time-consuming, inefficient and no longer fit for purpose - will also be come a thing of the past. Want to learn more:

 

View Webinar

 

 

NYDFS

Webinar Recording

NYDFS Regulation goes Digital - What will this mean to you?

The NYDFS requires firms to demonstrate a decision-making framework that is logical, robust and repeatable to govern an organization’s NYDFS compliance and certification. To achieve this an organization needs a structured approach to make strategic and operational decisions about conformance with the relevant NYDFS regulations.

 

Governor Software has developed an online / digital solution meaning NYDFS regulated firms using Governor: NYDFS will be able to work directly with their own live, actionable view of the NYDFS regulations (e.g. cyber 500, AML 504) , enabling compliance teams to easily see what needs to be done to be compliant, be aware of regulatory changes/updates as they happen, and Track, Action and Report their regulatory compliance response on an ongoing basis following the NYDFS structure. 

During this 30 minute webinar, Richard Pike, CEO, Governor Software demonstrates the live, actionable view of the NYDFS regulations, using examples from Regulation 23 NYCRR 500and NYDFS Part 504 Anti Money Laundering Model. 

 

Download Webinar

 

 

Linking Risk Management & Business Objectives-1

Guide

Linking Risks To Objectives

 

By linking business objectives to risks, communication and understanding is enhanced within a firm and an organisation has a better likelihood of achieving its objectives - the ultimate goal of risk management.

This guide sets out the common practise undertaken by risk teams, and then looks at the importance of linking business objectives to risk and how to accomplish this.

The guide also explores the resulting risk types and how they enhance communication between the business and the risk teams.


Download the guide here:

Linking Risks to Objectives

 

 

 

GRC 2020

Analyst Review

GRC 20/20 Review

 

GRC 20/20 evaluated the features and capabilities of the Governor solution set. GRC20/20 found that it delivers an integrated and harmonized risk and performance management solution.

 

"Governor has an innovative approach to map and monitor the complex interrelationship of risks, objectives, regulations, and frameworks across the organization. It enables the organization to map roles and responsibilities to objectives and risk and track accountability. It enables 360°contextual awareness of risk and objectives with clear reporting to decision makers". 

Download the GRC 20/20 Guide

 

GRC20/20 review