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Continuity expands its regtech reach to introduce a unified platform for managing risk and compliance.

New Haven, CT  September 30, 2019 — Continuity, an established leader in regulatory technology and compliance management systems (CMS) for financial services organizations, has acquired Ohio-based TraceRisk, a provider of cloud-based enterprise risk management (ERM) solutions. With technical integration efforts now underway, Continuity becomes the first provider to connect the strategic aspects of enterprise risk management to the tactical oversight of compliance management on a singular, unified platform.

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2200+ pages of new requirements elevate concerns on how to adapt



NEW HAVEN, Conn. – July 15, 2019.  Continuity’s Regulatory Operations Center® has released the second quarter 2019 Banking Compliance Index™ (BCI), revealing a 25% quarter-over-quarter increase in the level of effort required by financial institutions to keep up with regulatory change.  A retrospective analysis of the data points collected over a fifteen year period indicates that the regulatory environment is stabilizing at levels comparable to 2008, before the financial crisis and ensuing Dodd-Frank Act regulations.

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Release of Critical State Level Support for Financial Institutions Nationwide

New Haven, CT  June 10, 2019 — Continuity, a leader in the development and deployment of regulatory change management solutions for regulated financial institutions is announcing the addition of state regulatory content to its industry leading RegAdvisor® Pro platform. This new technology — RegAdvisor® Pro: State — will address a critical shift in the market.

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Bankers and directors are increasingly worried about compliance risk.

More than half of executives and directors at banks with more than $10 billion in assets said their concerns about compliance risk increased in 2018, according to Bank Director’s 2019 Risk Survey. At banks of all sizes, 39 percent of respondents expressed increasing concern about their ability to comply with changing regulations.

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Stable regulatory activity in Q1 2019 confirms regulatory restraint, individual actions send mixed signals to bankers

NEW HAVEN, CT (April 23, 2019)  — Continuity, the leader in compliance change management solutions, recently released the Q1 2019 Banking Compliance IndexTM (BCI).  The BCI held steady in Q1 2019, remaining on par with levels experienced in Q1 2017 and Q1 2018. These consistencies solidify new patterns in a climate of regulatory restraint from Federal regulators. Yet bankers should be concerned about an alarming new trend: Q1 2019 was the third consecutive quarter in which more than 50% of enforcement actions by number were taken against bank officers and directors individually, versus their financial institutions. Credit union employees also felt the impact of individual enforcement at the frontline level.  

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It may shock you to hear a compliance expert suggest that your bank might be spending too much on compliance.
But it’s not only possible, it’s probable.

The uncertain regulatory environment continues to worry bankers. With some rules being eliminated, others added and many in constant flux, changing regulations critically impact bank operations and interfere with profitable and efficient processes. It’s a never-ending challenge for banks to manage regulatory change and work around the burdensome costs of complying with existing rules.
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Regional banking leader automates compliance management, boosts efficiencies with Continuity’s modern technology platform

NEW HAVEN, CT (December 11, 2018)  —  Continuity, a leading provider of automated compliance management technology for financial institutions, today announced that Irvine, Calif.-based First Foundation Bank has successfully gone live with Continuity’s RegAdvisor®Pro and RegControls™ solutions to streamline and standardize its compliance management process.

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Banks and credit unions must find ways to better manage compliance ahead of a busy year end.

NEW HAVEN, CT (October 30, 2018)  — The Banking Compliance IndexTM (BCI) remained steady in Q3 2018, after nearly doubling from Q1 2018 to Q2 2018. The spike in regulatory activity from earlier this year demonstrates the significant impact of regulatory relief bill S.2155, which contained over 50 separate regulatory changes. Even though regulatory relief has been promised, financial institutions still have not experienced any regulatory lift.  

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 Awards honor state’s 40 Fastest Growing Tech Companies part of ConnectiTECH Awards October 3

NEW HAVEN, CT (September 18, 2018)  — The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and Marcum LLP today announce the 2018 Marcum Tech Top 40, the annual recognition of the fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut. This year’s group of top-ranked companies will be honored at the new ConnectiTECH Awards event at the Connecticut Convention Center on October 3. Continuity will be honored with 39 other companies and two accelerator award-winners as the class of 2018.

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 Implementing the regulatory relief bill causes more work for financial service organizations

NEW HAVEN, CT (August 2, 2018)  —  The Banking Compliance Index™ (BCI) nearly doubled from Q1 2018 to Q2 2018, revealing the significant impact of regulatory relief bill S.2155, which contained over 50 separate regulatory changes. This BCI increase reinforces that any change, whether adding or reducing regulations, translates to extra work for institutions. Also, the agencies have now filled their vacant leadership positions, which reduced some of the regulatory uncertainty experienced last quarter and may have contributed to a warmer enforcement climate.

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