FSOs can now leverage NICE compliance recording and object-based cloud storage to retain growing volumes of communications required for key regulations
HOBOKEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As Financial Services Organizations (FSOs) fall under mounting pressure from MiFID II, MAR, Dodd-Frank and FX Code of Conduct to record high volumes of communications for regulated users, asset classes, channels and devices, they are turning to the cloud for cost-effective, secure, storage options. To address this need, NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) has announced that it is adding support for popular S3-compatible cloud storage solutions from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Hitachi, IBM, and others, through its NICE Trading Recording (NTR) platform. FSOs can now leverage NICE’s market-leading compliance recording solution along with available S3-compatible cloud storage solutions to securely and cost effectively retain, and easily access, growing volumes of financial communications required for regulatory compliance.
Adopted by numerous cloud storage providers, S3 (which stands for Simple Storage Service) has become the defacto standard for object-based cloud storage. With the recent addition of new security features, S3-compatible storage appeals to regulated industries, including financial services, for storing sensitive communications. Through its support of S3, NICE is now enabling FSOs to leverage NICE’s best-of-breed recording solution along with various combinations of cloud, hybrid and on-premise storage solutions that suit their needs, to achieve regulatory compliance.
Chris Wooten, Executive Vice President, NICE, said, “As regulations encompass broader and deeper requirements for recording and retaining regulated employee communications, storage has become an even more critical consideration for FSOs. The cloud offers FSOs scalability, flexibility, redundancy, security, agility and lower TCO, and through our support for S3-compatible storage platforms, NICE is helping firms stay a step ahead of growing regulatory requirements and opening up a world of choices they didn’t have before.”
The NICE Trading Recording System (NTR), is an all-in-one compliance-focused trade conversation recording platform used by most of the world’s leading banks and investment firms for recording and retaining trade conversation from turrets, desk phones, mobile phones, and Unified Communications platforms, including Microsoft Skype for Business and Cisco® Jabber®. NTR works in tandem with NICE COMPASS, a unique compliance assurance solution that features automation tools, monitoring dashboards and reports to help financial institutions ensure enterprise-wide compliance with MiFID II and other regulations.
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About NICE Financial Compliance
NICE is the world’s leading financial compliance solution provider, serving more than 90 percent of the largest investment banks globally. NICE’s compliance solutions assist customers in the capture of trade conversations and trades, analyzing them for potential risk, and correlating trade conversations with trades for trade reconstruction. The company’s compliance solutions make automated and intelligent holistic trade compliance programs possible and enable FSOs to more efficiently comply with regulatory requirements, including MiFID II, MAR, FX Code of Conduct, Dodd-Frank and future directives. More info at www.nice.com/compliance.
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