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Continuity Acquires TraceRisk Enterprise Risk Management Platform

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Continuity, a US-based provider of regulatory technology and compliance management systems (CMS) for financial services organisations, 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. TraceRisk Enterprise Risk Management was launched in 2012 as an affordable, easy-to-use set of solutions, including 150+ tailored risk assessments plus thousands of key risk indicators, designed specifically for financial institutions. TraceRisk will now operate as Continuity Risk Management Solutions.

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