Missouri’s Central Bancompany has chosen to implement Wolters Kluwer’s regulatory change management solution across its 13 affiliate banks. OneSumX for Regulatory Change Management tracks regulatory changes and maps them to specific lines of business, providing enhanced risk and controls assessment. Central Bancompany also uses Wolters Kluwers’ OneSumX Risk and Controls Assessment to manage its enterprise compliance risk. “Adding these solutions gives us immediate transparency and connectivity into the array of regulatory rules and developments impacting our business, and allows us to respond in a coordinated, compliant manner,” says Shannon Thomason, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer at Central Bancompany.
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Central Bancompany Chooses Wolters Kluwer for Change Management
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