IntraLinks has launched its access monitoring service in Europe with the aim of aiding compliance in the loan syndication market. The service provides firms with reports that show whether their personnel have viewed public or private information regarding loan offerings. This additional reporting capability is designed to enable firms to take mitigating steps to avoid potential conflicts of interest when involved in both the public and private markets. The solution delivers daily reports on loan document access activities to compliance officers through the company’s On-Demand Workspaces product. The access monitoring service reports include exposure by user, public versus private declaration changes, access detail, deal exposure and monitored users.
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