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Evan Ignall to lead New York growth initiative

NEW YORK, May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Regulatory Compliance is expanding its reach to broker-dealers, investment advisers, hedge funds and private equity firms with the addition of Evan Ignall, Director, to lead its New York office. Ignall brings more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry to Regulatory Compliance and its clients. Previously, Mr. Ignall was the founding partner of S.D. Daniels and Company's regulatory services practice and served as chief compliance officer for prominent broker-dealer clients.

"I am excited to manage Regulatory Compliance's dynamic growth in New York," said Ignall. "With our deep pool of talent and innovative systems, we can provide best-in-class compliance solutions tuned to the most demanding needs of the New York marketplace."

With a 25-year history, Regulatory Compliance offers comprehensive compliance services, from outsourced chief compliance officers and FinOp services to compliance diagnostics and testing. Solutions are tailored to match each client's unique compliance needs.

"Our New York office is staffed with top-tier, tenured consultants who lead each engagement by leveraging the talented service team of 35-plus professionals at our corporate headquarters," added Ignall. "Our systems capability will soon leverage cutting-edge technology to deliver critical services electronically, including an innovative approach to flow-through FOCUS reporting and web-based procedures manuals. This will facilitate the delivery of compliance services in a manner unmatched in the regulatory marketplace."

Regulatory Compliance's team of regulatory professionals includes CPAs, attorneys and former regulators with decades of direct experience. Firm consultants are experts in compliance, accounting and finance and have extensive experience in navigating FINRA, SEC, NFA and state registration processes, as well as helping registered firms remain in compliance with securities regulations.

For more information on Regulatory Compliance, visit RegulatoryCompliance.com.

About Regulatory Compliance
Regulatory Compliance brings 25 years of experience to assisting broker-dealers and investment advisers in meeting critical compliance requirements and regulatory filing deadlines. Our seasoned professionals are highly skilled in navigating the complex FINRA, SEC, NFA and state registration processes and keeping registered firms in compliance with securities regulations. Firms receive ongoing compliance support through our PartnerProgram, selecting the level of proactive support that best meets their needs-from testing and exams to FinOp services, compliance manuals, continuing education and more.

Business Contact:
Sarah Vaira, Operations Manager
Regulatory Compliance
svaira@regulatorycompliance.com
(603) 216-8919

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