I am finding that a fast way to a regulator’s heart is through a predictable and consistent compliance system. To be clear, I consider a compliance system predictable and consistent when it includes components that, while not necessarily automated per se, have definable and verifiable features that effectively control components of the compliance function without the judgment of humans. In other words, it should contain systemic components of an overall compliance system that, by definition, create verifiable and consistent outcomes.
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