Join us for a live webcast as we discuss the intricacies and challenges for financial firms associated with the volume and complexity of side letter and legal document management and demonstrate how ACA's new technology solution can help.
ACA Compliance Group was founded in 2002 by four former SEC regulators and one former state regulator. The founders saw a need for investment advisers to receive expert guidance on existing and new regulations.
Over the years, ACA - now ACA Group - has grown both organically and by acquisition to expand our GRC business and technology solutions. Our services now include GIPS® standards verification, cybersecurity and technology risk, regulatory technology, ESG advisory, AML and financial crimes, financial and regulatory reporting, and Mirabella for establishing EU operations.
Who we are
Our team includes over 600 employees located worldwide.
Our team includes over 90 former regulators and compliance officers in addition to experts in cybersecurity, ESG, performance, and technology.
We work with more than 3,500 clients worldwide who help inform insights, trends, best practices, and benchmarking.
ACA Group Announces ComplianceAlpha® 2021Q2 with New Features Designed to Help Financial Services Firms Meet Increasing Demands for Digitizing Compliance Programs
ComplianceAlpha 2021 Q2 introduces a suite of new features and sophisticated technology enhancements designed to help firms globally build more comprehensive and scalable GRC programs in line with the expectations of regulators, boards, management, clients, and investors.
Russell Investments Selects ACA Group’s ComplianceAlpha to Modernize Their Risk and Compliance Program from a Single Platform
Russell Invesments has selected ACA's ComplianceAlpha® to help modernize and streamline their compliance program.
Join us as ACA's Jordan Schwartz will provide a live demo of the new features recently added to ComplianceAlpha®.
Join us for a live webcast as experts from our ESG advisory team explain what environmental justice is, why it warrants such a sweeping approach, how businesses can (or should) be involved, and why investors should care about it.