PCE Investors has selected MIG21 from Aquin International for its fund manager clients. The compliance monitoring system utilises a rules engine that is designed to provide easy access to information and thus providing governance and transparency for both regulators and investors. The solution uses the LawCard service to enable funds to maintain compliance in all major jurisdictions with updates being supplied in a ‘plug and play’ manner. Aquin implemented the system at PCE in under three months, across the 15 fund management strategies currently supported by PCE’s infrastructure. Aquin designed MIG21 to function in a changing regulatory environment with oversight for all new and existing asset classes. As such it will serve PCE’s clients across geographies and regulatory regimes.
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