HedgeOp Launches Updated Compliance Software

Nov 27 2006 | 11:49am ET

New York-based alternative investment service provider HedgeOp Compliance has unveiled an updated version of its ComplianceTrak software, available to hedge fund managers for a monthly subscription fee.

“In the complex world of hedge fund regulatory compliance, it is imperative that you build a prudent, effective compliance infrastructure that serves your investors’ best interests,” company CEO William Mulligan said. “ComplianceTrak can help you cut through the overwhelming layers of regulation and build a solid foundation for your hedge fund business.”

The software features a compliance calendar and an employee-level filing portal for such requirements as code of ethics reporting and dynamic report generation.


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