Fiserv teams with Chase Cooper for regulatory consultancy
22 November 2005 | 1712 views | 0
Fiserv CBS Worldwide has formed a global alliance with London-based Chase Cooper, Ltd., to provide consultancy and thought leadership in the high profile compliance and regulatory management arena.
"One of the key issues facing our clients is the amount of regulatory and compliance changes affecting their business. To assist them and us in understanding and reacting to compliance issues, we evaluated a number of alternatives. The number one criterion was high quality thought leadership and proven expertise in the compliance space. We are certain that Chase Cooper, with its prestigious credentials and global business references, will bring significant value to both our staff and our clients," stated Tony Catalfano, President, Fiserv CBS Worldwide.
Chase Cooper is a business solutions company that focuses on regulatory compliance and business performance enhancement. Based in London, with offices also in Warsaw and Amsterdam, the company serves the needs of financial institutions and corporate clients worldwide. Their financial industry experience, compliance and regulatory knowledge, and thought leadership spans Basel II, Operational Risk, Sarbanes Oxley, IAS 39 and Asset Management.
In addition to consultancy services, Chase Cooper will be authoring a quarterly newsletter for CBS clients covering topics such as regional and global regulatory changes within the financial services industry and compliance with IAS 39 and Basel II regulations. The newsletters will also reflect the international readership and address issues faced by individual geographies.
Zag Asghar, CEO, Chase Cooper, said, "The pressure of change in regulatory requirements will continue to be a challenge facing the financial industry globally. Firms are required to keep abreast of the issues and impacts of regulatory change and apply local interpretation to execute changes within their business. As part of Fiserv's commitment to quality and value of service to its clients, Chase Cooper's expertise in compliance will make many of the regulatory issues as transparent as possible to enable financial firms to make informed decisions in a timely and effective manner."
Fiserv clients can expect the first newsletter to be delivered by the end of November.