Intuitive employee compliance software built for tomorrow's regulatory challenges
Star's Incident Management 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 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.
This bot-driven process translates and is the fastest growing, cost-effective intake process on the market.Exit & Stay Interviews
Drive continuous improvement and conduct surveys securely for existing and departing employees.
With no access to a true 3rd party, anonymous whistleblowing platform, employees of this domestic carrier were unable to raise concerns without fear of repercussion. Find out how they reimagined their whistleblowing protocols and case management processes to better protect their employees.
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22 Feb, 2024
In the US, all companies planning an initial public offering (IPO) and those with securities outstanding must comply with the whistleblowing requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). What do they need to know?
20 Feb, 2024
The popularity of crypto assets among the public has skyrocketed in recent years, as people become more familiar with what they are and how they can access and use them. There are now over 20,000 cryptocurrencies in existence, with 17% of US adults saying that they invested in, traded or used a cryptocurrency in 2023. But as with traditional securities, conflicts of interest may arise when employees trade crypto assets, putting both the firm and individual employees at risk. Compliance teams must therefore take the necessary precautions.
20 Feb, 2024
As mainstream adoption of digital assets increases globally, regulatory scrutiny is on the rise. As with any asset, conflicts of interest may arise when employees trade crypto assets, putting both the firm and individual employees at risk. With Rule 204A-1 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 mandating that registered investment advisers adopt policies and procedures requiring their employees to report personal transactions and holdings in reportable securities, there is growing concern among firms that they may be held liable for the crypto trading activity of their employees.