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KRM22 Adds SMCR Applications to Global Platform

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Software investment firm KRM22 has added additional SMCR applications to its Global Risk Platform, including a partnership agreement with London-based ‘digital intelligence’ specialist Neotas to distribute and support its enhanced due diligence application. The partnership follows recent agreements to distribute Trailight’s Individual Accountability Regime application which addresses the governance requirements of SMCR, and Entrima’s SMCR Online Training. Alongside its product partnerships, KRM22 is also launching the SMCR Navigator within its Enterprise Risk Cockpit solution to assist firms in addressing their SMCR risk and compliance positions.

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