NexJ helps global financial services firms meet their regulatory and fiduciary requirements
Toronto, ON (January 16, 2017) — NexJ Systems Inc. (TSX: NXJ), a provider of enterprise customer management solutions to the financial services and insurance industries, announced today that the US Wealth Management division of a leading Canadian Bank has selected NexJ Customer Process Management (CPM) to meet new compliance requirements mandated by the US Department of Labor.
The firm selected NexJ CPM for its ability to streamline the documentation of advice and recommendations, a key requirement for an evidence-based approach to meeting the Fiduciary Rule. NexJ CPM quickly guides front-office users through data entry, simplifying and streamlining the process by asking the right questions at the right time. NexJ CPM saves advisors time by automatically pre-filling information about the client from integrated sources and synchronizing updates across all systems. Full audit and traceability makes it easy for compliance teams to provide necessary information to regulators when required.
The solution will be rolled out to the firm’s 3,800 front-office users to help meet the requirements before enforcement comes into effect in April, 2017.
NexJ’s Strategic Solution for Regulatory Compliance
NexJ has been working with firms to deploy innovative and strategic solutions to address complex compliance regulations across the globe. Firms leverage NexJ’s award-winning enterprise customer management solutions to establish a comprehensive risk and regulatory-focused view of customers, enabling financial advisors to better deliver a fiduciary standard of advice.
For example, the private banking division of a major Swiss bank, is using NexJ CPM to demonstrate compliance with KYC and AML requirements in the United Kingdom. “It’s our unique combination of technology and expertise in the industry that makes it possible for us to deliver solutions that help firms meet their fiduciary obligations in an ever-changing regulatory environment,” says Bryan Sachdeva, Senior Director of Wealth Management Solutions at NexJ Systems.
The DoL Fiduciary Rule
The DoL “Fiduciary Rule”, elevates standards for financial advice, forcing financial advisors (FAs) to operate at a fiduciary standard when making retirement-related investment recommendations to clients.
SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc., a global provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, reports that 85 percent of investment professionals expect that their firm will spend money on technology that will help them comply with the DOL Fiduciary Rule. As many as 33 percent of respondents expect their firm to spend between 10 and 25 percent of their budget on this. “NexJ’s customer-centric approach to tackling data and process automation challenges is the differentiated solution our customers are looking for,” says Paul DeVriendt, Senior Vice-President of Products at NexJ Systems.
About NexJ Systems Inc.
NexJ Systems provides enterprise customer management solutions to the financial services industry. Our solutions include industry-specific customer relationship management (CRM) to enable collaboration across countries, regions and teams; customer process management (CPM) for client onboarding with KYC and AML for regulatory compliance; and customer data management (CDM) to support digital transformation and customer analytics across the enterprise. Our solutions integrate information from multiple systems into a unified view to help firms better understand and share information about their customers to increase loyalty, drive cross-sell and improve the customer experience.
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