DENVER, CO (Laserfiche)—October 7, 2010—Next Monday, Laserfiche (booth #215) will host an educational breakfast session titled “Prepare for the Coming Compliance Tsunami” from 7:00-8:00 am at FPA’s annual conference in Denver, CO. The breakfast session, led by Senior Laserfiche Consultant Timothy Welsh, CFP®, will explore how content management technology can help financial advisors adapt to the sweeping changes outlined in the Dodd-Frank Act.

“The regulatory challenges that Dodd-Frank has ushered in include new SEC and FINRA requirements, more frequent audits and more detailed reporting,” said Welsh. “Many financial advisors are nervous about the impact these changes will have on their business, but with the right technology, they will not only master these challenges, they’ll achieve a substantial ROI.”

During his presentation, Welsh will highlight the most relevant parts of the reform bill and provide an overview of the many ways that enterprise content management (ECM) software can help financial advisors adapt, including:

  • Records management automation that lowers the cost of SEC and FINRA compliance.
  • Powerful security features that protect confidential client information.
  • Robust document management functionality that eliminates the need for paper files.

“All across the country, successful financial advisors are using Laserfiche to decrease the amount of time and money they spend on compliance,” said Welsh. “Laserfiche streamlines audits, simplifies recordkeeping and automates the disclosure process, contributing significantly to these advisors’ profitability and growth.”

Conference attendees who attend the breakfast or stop by the Laserfiche booth (#215) will receive a new white paper titled “What Financial Advisors Need to Know about the Dodd-Frank Act.”

About Laserfiche
Laserfiche creates simple and elegant enterprise content management (ECM) solutions that help organizations run smarter. Since 1987, more than 28,000 organizations worldwide—including federal, state and local government agencies and Fortune 1000 companies—have used Laserfiche software to streamline document, records and business process management.

The Laserfiche ECM system gives financial advisors the ability to simplify regulatory compliance, improve profitability and limit exposure to civil and criminal liability. It allows advisors to prepare for audits more easily and help compliance with multiple state, SEC and FINRA regulations—all while accelerating business processes and making staff more efficient.

Laserfiche is a registered trademark of Compulink Management Center, Inc.

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