PaymentsCompliance Launches Online Rulebook Platform For Effective Management Of PSD2 Regulatory Technical Standards

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As part of continued innovation, PaymentsCompliance has launched a new Rulebook platform management solution, providing a real-time, online version of key regulations.

24 July 2017, London. PaymentsCompliance, the leading provider of independent legal, regulatory and business intelligence to the global payments industry, has introduced an exclusive online version of the RTS rulebooks, which allow legal and compliance individuals to precisely see every rule currently enforced, as well as forthcoming rules, and effectively understand, anticipate and comply with the regulatory changes and updates.

The new rulebook platform offers organisations around the world a specialist resource to help them mitigate risk, identify business opportunities in the changing regulatory environment and save money on legal fees. Updated in real-time by our world-class legal team, the platform offers users immediate access to the most up-to-date legal and regulatory intelligence, alongside expert commentary and analysis that substantiates and clarifies specific regulatory points providing further in-depth understanding. Clients can also benefit from exclusive functionality that allows users to add personal notes to the rulebook and share with colleagues to help aid compliance workflow management.

David Morgan, CEO said, “Our new Rulebook regulatory management platform is the latest technological development in our suite of legal and compliance management solutions. With compliance professionals facing increasing regulatory demands, coupled with limited resource and budget, we are committed to providing an innovative centre of excellence that allows our clients to leverage our expert legal and research team and depend on us as their partner in regulatory excellence.”

The platform will continue to expand in 2017 and beyond with the addition of further rulebooks covering key global regulations, such as PSD2 and AML, offering practical compliance guidance across multiple jurisdictions and sectors.

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