Continuity Announces the Release of ContinuityPlus and Its AI-Enabled InsightsEngineNEW HAVEN, CT – April 14, 2021: Continuity, a leading provider of risk and compliance management technology, today announced the general availability of ContinuityPlus, the first phase of the next generation of its leading Compliance & Risk Management platform for retail financial institutions and powered with […]
Multiple Leading Banks Select Continuity’s RegAdvisor Pro Platform as demand increases for Cloud-Based RegTech Solutions.
Continuity, a leading provider of cloud based risk and compliance management technology has experienced an expansion in new business development over the last several months. The increase is due to several key changes and trends in the marketplace.
Continuity to Partner with Dollar Associates on Cloud Based Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management Program
Continuity is a New Haven, Connecticut-based provider of regulatory technology (RegTech) solutions that automate risk and compliance management for the financial services industry. Dollar Associates is a full-service credit union consulting firm headquartered in Birmingham, AL and will consult with Continuity on regulatory issues to help enhance their successful cloud-based program for the credit union industry.
Continuity Wraps Up a Strong 2019 with a Strategic Acquisition, the Launch of a New Product and Multiple New Client Signings
The leader in Compliance Change Management and Enterprise Risk Solutions Enters 2020 with Significant Momentum and a Focus on Continued Growth.
Continuity Named Marcum Tech Top 40 Finalist, as one of 40 Fastest Growing Tech Companies in the state.
The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and Marcum LLP announced Continuity, a provider of Risk and Compliance Management Technology for financial institutions, has made the Marcum Tech Top 40 (TT40) list of fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut.
Continuity’s Regulatory Operations Center® (ROC) has released the third quarter 2019 Banking Compliance Index™ (BCI), revealing a 41% increase in the overall level of effort required by financial institutions to keep up with regulatory change. Hours consumed in change efforts jumped 46% from the second quarter. When comparing this year to Q3 2018, effort is up 28%, and hours consumed by regulatory change management and implementations are a whopping 85% higher than this time last year.
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.
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.
Continuity Adds State Regulatory Content to its Industry Leading Compliance Management Platform RegAdvisor® Pro
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.
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.