In the face of ballooning financial and labor costs for supervision, many firms are either banning new types of communication (e.g. social media, text messaging), or pretending they don’t exist.
This paper outlines the immediate actions firms can take to correct outdated and costly supervision procedures.
Inside, you’ll learn:
- Why supervision strategies that used to work fine are failing as technology changes
- What options exist for firms to close their compliance gaps
- How to use the right tools and technology to streamline your supervision and review
Learn more about the current state of supervision here.
Want to see how your supervision program fares against your peers? Take the Electronic Communications Compliance Maturity Assessment and find out!