In this episode, CSS’s team of former Chief Compliance Officers Matt Calabro and Dan Haynes take a look at the global regulatory agenda in 2021 and provide practical tips and tricks to set compliance teams up for success.

 

 

A CSS RegTech podcast series on moving from a tactical to strategic approach to regulatory compliance. The global regulatory space is complex and fragmented. Financial firms can address this problem through tactical responses to regulatory deadlines or think more strategically on how to optimize their compliance data, operations and technology. The CSS weekly podcast features regulatory experts, former Chief Compliance Officers, cybersecurity specialists, industry partners and RegTech collaborators to help prepare investment management firms for changes on the regulatory horizon. For more information on CSS, visit: www.cssregtech.com

 

About Our Guest Speakers:

Matt Calabro is an experienced Chief Compliance Officer, having served as CCO for registered mutual funds, investment advisers and a family of UCITS funds. Before joining CSS, Matt was Deputy CCO at Delaware Investments, where he led the daily activities of the firm’s compliance department covering advisory, fund and distribution activity. Under his leadership, Delaware implemented specific improvements in its guideline compliance, advertising review and Code of Ethics programs. Prior to Delaware, Matt spent 20 years in Raymond James’ investment advisory business, where he led mutual fund operations. While there, Matt implemented and upgraded controls, processes and technology and also served as the first full-time CCO to the mutual funds following the adoption of the Compliance Rule. Matt leverages his compliance and operations experience in the investment management industry to assist advisers and investment companies in advancing the effectiveness of their compliance programs.


Dan Haynes joined CSS in 2017 providing consulting services to investment advisers, registered investment companies and private investment funds. Prior to joining CSS, Dan was the Chief Compliance Officer for Summit Strategies Group. Summit is a large institutional pension consultant in the Midwest with multiple private funds – ultimately around $180 billion in assets under administration. Dan implemented several aspects of, and oversaw the entire compliance program. His time there resulted in experience in NFA/CFTC registration and regulation, Private Fund oversight, and the pension consulting world overall. Prior to Summit, Dan was the Chief Compliance Officer for Buckingham Asset Management and BAM Advisor Services. Dan is also a member of the Charles Schwab Compliance Advisory Board.