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DMS Governance launches U.S. regulatory compliance services

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - DMS Governance today announced the launch of its U.S. Regulatory Compliance services, designed to support U.S. based investment advisers in improving the quality and increasing the ease of compliance with their regulatory responsibilities.

The DMS' U.S. Regulatory Compliance services offers expert compliance staff and state-of-the-art technology to investment advisers of hedge and private equity funds, registered mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and other alternative investment products. DMS is recognized globally for its successful, long-term track record and expertise in governance, risk, and compliance within the investment fund industry.

Wade Boylan, Leader, U.S. Regulatory Compliance Services, noted, "Our mission is to partner with U.S. investment advisers to provide (1) strategic advice allowing clients to anticipate and adapt to regulatory compliance developments, (2) robust compliance services to support the day-to-day compliance obligations of investment advisers, and (3) advice on best practices to maintain internal compliance excellence."

William Woolverton, Managing Director of DMS commented: "As the scale of our governance, risk, and compliance platform has increased dramatically over the years, DMS has continued to innovate its product in order to offer its clients easy access to high-quality, consolidated services at fair and reasonable fees."

In addition to U.S. Regulatory Compliance services, DMS currently offers FATCA/CRS, AIFMD, UCITS and MiFID solutions as well as Form PF, CPO/CTA-PQR solutions, Annex IV and customized risk reporting to leading global institutions and emerging managers.

DMS is uniquely positioned within the market, advising not only on regulatory compliance issues, but also acting as a practitioner with regulatory interfaces in multiple global jurisdictions across the largest, most comprehensive and widely adopted platform in the fund industry. This enables DMS to provide clients with practical, real-world perspective and proven solutions.

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