Your compliance software needs to be ready for more than today's challenges. It needs to be future-ready. Star's software solutions help you monitor and manage the ever-evolving world of employee compliance.
Ensure employee personal trading and investments comply with all regulatory requirements and company policies.Gifts and Entertainment
Automatically pre-clear client gifts or entertainment to prevent breaches of anti-bribery regulations.Outside Activity Avoid regulatory compliance breaches arising from employee external business activities. Private Investments Simplify the declaration of employee private investments with outside organizations. Insider Trading
Actively manage employee trading in the context of current market activity and news events to guard against insider trading and protect your company’s reputation.Political Donations Save time and resources safeguarding your business from conflicts of interest arising from political alignments or associations among employees worldwide.
Star's Incident Management solution offers the industry’s most comprehensive intake methods for reporting your company’s concerns, and collects, manages, and resolves any incidents that arise. This solution includes a powerful workflow engine and notification matrix along with a comprehensive, easy-to-use reporting and analysis platform.
Star's Policy Management solution makes creating, maintaining, and managing your policies simple. In addition, this solution offers easy mobile access for employees to review and attest to policies, includes access to a large policy library to quickly drop in augment your existing policies, and seamlessly integrates into Star's Incident Management platform.
StarCompliance is a global leader in employee compliance software solutions, protecting clients and their employees for over 20 years.
28 Nov, 2023
After the Central Bank of Ireland’s Individual Accountability Framework (IAF) was signed into law in March 2023, a three-month consultation process took place to provide clarity and guidance to role-holders on responsibilities and accountability. The outcome highlighted industry concerns over the number and people in scope for its prescribed responsibilities, particularly for both non-executive directors (NEDs) and independent non-executive directors (INEDs) within the Senior Executive Accountability Regime (SEAR). As a result, the Central Bank deferred the application of SEAR for both NEDs and INEDs by 12 months until 1 July 2025. The regulator cited that this delay will give both the Central Bank and regulated firms time to learn more about its implications, and the impact the new individual accountability framework will have on executives – for example, the issues with the overlap of other laws and the reconciliation over certain decision-making responsibilities.
09 Nov, 2023
Renowned for its modern infrastructure and dazzling architecture, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an international trade and transport hub that has undergone rapid development and economic growth since its federation just over 50 years ago.