MCO

535 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Fl. | New York, NY | 10017 United States
lisa.deschamp@mycomplianceoffice.com
1-866-951-2280
Provides solutions and/or services in the following categories:

MCO provides compliance management software that enables companies around the world to reduce their risk of misconduct. Our powerful platform lets compliance professionals demonstrate they are proactively managing the regulated activities of employees, third-party vendors and other agents of the firm.

Available as a unified suite or à la carte, our easy-to-use and extensible SaaS-based solutions get clients up and running quickly and cost-efficiently.

Customers choose MCO because of its uniquely, integrated platform which addresses; • Employee code of conduct compliance (KYE) • Third party due diligence and risk management (KYTP) • Transaction, deal, trade and wealth management surveillance and monitoring (KYT).

Features:
Easy on-boarding of new suppliers
Centralized data; Single integrated view of all third parties and contracts
Seamless integration with existing systems
Efficient due diligence using electronic questionnaires
Alert-based system actively informs the right person and the right time
Escalation procedures and related workflows for review of issues

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