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Delta Data Launches FundBlast

Columbus, GA – February 7, 2018 – Delta Data, a leading provider of software and data management solutions for the mutual fund industry, today announced the launch of FundBlast™, a transformational digital portal for communicating mutual fund changes in real time. Developed to seamlessly facilitate the...

Ignites: As Regulators Dive Deeper Into Data, Shops Sharpen Chops

By Jill Gregorie December 12, 2017 – As regulators rely more and more on tech tools to detect violations and potential weaknesses in fund shops’ compliance programs, CCOs and their teams are focused attaining the programs and skills needed to aggregate and analyze data. Read the...

Ignites: B-Ds Should Look to Law Firms, Tech to Fight Finra Fee Waiver Sweep

By Whitfield Athey July 20, 2017 – Finra has been cracking down on advisors’ share class selection in retirement and charitable accounts. Read the full article here.

Ignites: Complex Rev-Share Deals Become Compliance Pain Points

By Jill Gregorie June 1, 2017 – As the nature of fee arrangements between fund manufacturers and distributors grows increasingly complex, so do the compliance concerns around monitoring them. Read the full article here.

Ignites: Data Reporting Compliance Brings Business Opportunities

By Jill Gregorie May 15, 2017 – Operations and compliance teams racing to prepare for new SEC reporting requirements that take effect next year may have headaches now, but shops that do it well stand to reap big rewards long- term. Read the full article here.

Ignites: Crucial Element Lacking in SEC Distribution Fee Guidance

By Peter Ortiz January 14, 2016 – While the SEC’s new guidance on mutual fund distribution and sub-accounting fees goes a long way toward helping fund directors and advisors deal with a murky area, it falls short in one crucial way, according to industry attorneys and...

Ignites: Sub-TA Sweep Gives Fund Shops a Bargaining Chip

By Peter Ortiz October 15, 2015 – The first enforcement case to come from the Securities and Exchange Commission’s longstanding investigation into fees paid by fund shops to intermediaries did little to clarify the murky line between what the regulator might consider to be shareholder servicing...
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