The Facts About 17a-4 Cloud Compliance
An important thing I’ve learned working with small FINRA firms over the past 15 years is their need to continually find ways to keep technology spending as low as possible yet keep regulators happy, i.e., pass the 17a-4 electronic records request.AdvisorVault Adds Office 365 to its Consolidated 17a-4 D3P Service
For most small FINRA firms, technology has become a big mess. Stuck with an outdated email system that surely isn’t being archived as per 17a-4, they end up with their data stored all over the place on laptops, a bit in the cloud and some saved on a server under the sink in the office […]What does a Cloud Provider need to be a FINRA D3P?
FINRA and 17a-4 Cloud Storage: I’ve notice there’s lots of talk these days about 17a-4 and choosing a cloud provider. Specifically, the problem surrounding the FINRA Designated Third-Party Provider or the 17a-4 D3P. For example, a FINRA firm such asAdvisorVault’s Consolidated 17a-4 D3P Unique to FINRA Firms
Choosing a vendor that offers a consolidated FINRA designated third party (D3P) service is one of the best ways for small FINRA firms to simplify and keep the cost of achieving compliance with rule 17a-4 low as possible.AdvisorVault Revolutionizes 17a-4 Archiving for Small FINRA firms
FINRA firms Now Using AdvisorVault for 17a-4 Cloud Compliance AdvisorVault’s new features are a game changer for small FINRA firms who want to use the cloud but are worried about 17a-4. With our unique consolidated