Problems We Solve

Noncompliant Financial Processes

Are you risking fines and clients because your systems are not compliant?

In an era characterized by a complex regulatory landscape and demanding audit standards, bank financial processes must meet generally accepted standards of internal control and comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley statute. This responsibility is not discretionary and the consequences of non-compliance may be significant.

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliant Portal

Companies gain control over what is changed and it meets all internal control requirements. CT Global has deployed this solution for banks.

In today’s day and age banks are held to some of the highest compliance and regulatory standards of any industry. Internal systems are under the spotlight and must be managed with processes deemed efficient by statues including Sarbanes-Oxley.

The risk of being non-compliant is significant, so you really can’t afford to cut corners when it comes to these regulations. Your internal environment has got to be controlled. Most banks manage files for various financial purposes, like description tables, loan account type, tables, Charges off tables, impaired loans tables, and financial reports. Banks manage these files locally (offline) for obvious security factors. The problem with this is there can be many different versions of the same file floating around. You guessed it, that’s not compliant!

The Sox-Compliant Portal is a single auditable source of accurate data that completely replaces Excel.

Banks are stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to balancing financial file security and maintaining a synchronized internal system. To resolve the issue of Internal control risk, compliance, and an efficient underlying process, CT Global developed a solution -- The Sox Compliant Portal.

The Sox Compliant Portal stores and controls all data needed for table updates, reporting, and analysis. The portal is easily auditable both externally and internally and prevents unintended manual changes by individual analysts. Users can be assigned different levels of security depending on their level of administration.