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Star's Future-Ready Compliance Platform

Star's SaaS Platform is scalable and easy to use for both end users and administrators — built to drive employee adoption, reduce risk and gain operational efficiencies.

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THE STAR PLATFORM DIFFERENCE
Our Future-Ready Compliance Platform Delivers

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On-Demand Configurability

Respond quickly to new regulations
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Multi-
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Support your global employee base
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Intuitive
UX

Drive employee adoption with ease
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Actionable
Intelligence

Provide real-time analytics
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Multi-Layered
Protection

Secures employees' privacy & assets
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Future-Ready
Architecture

Cloud ready & scalable

Platform Features

STAR Mobile

With STAR Mobile, employee's pre-clear activity and report transactions on-the-go and Supervisors can review escalated requests from anywhere.

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Reporting & Analytics

Be proactive, not reactive. Insight Driven Dashboards put actionable intel in front of compliance officers and frontline managers in an interactive format in near-real time.

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Data Management

Star offers a range of products, services and vendor solutions that let you monitor and manage an ever-increasing amount of data, enhance and optimize existing. data sets, and maintain data integrity.

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Technology & Architecture

In addition to Star's extensive automation and configuration capabilities, our advanced implementation and security options ensure your compliance operations are safer, and more efficient than ever before

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Star offers fully interrogation amongst home grown systems or other compliance products

20+ years in the industry

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Over 350+ global clients in more than 114 countries

Our certification solution is completely configurable

Every solution comes with 100s of prebuilt, customizable reports

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See what a future-ready platform can do for you

Reduce risk, gain efficiencies, and drive employee adoption with a scalable platform that is easy to use for both end users and administrators alike.
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Going Public in 2024? Don't Forget Your SOX Whistleblowing Obligation

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?

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Three Key Trends identified from Star’s Third Annual Crypto & Compliance Market Survey

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.

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All Securities Are Equal – But Some Are More Equal Than Others

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.

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