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Resources
Press Release | Gordian Capital Selects Bloomberg's Entity Exchange to Accelerate Fund Launches
White Paper | Know Your KYC | Illuminating the Hedge Fund Perspective
Webinar | Managing Entity Data Hierarchies and Keeping Track of Sanctions, Watch Lists and PEPs across KYC Process
Resources
+ Press Release | Gordian Capital Selects Bloomberg's Entity Exchange to Accelerate Fund Launches

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+ White Paper | Know Your KYC | Illuminating the Hedge Fund Perspective

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+ Webinar | Managing Entity Data Hierarchies and Keeping Track of Sanctions, Watch Lists and PEPs across KYC Process

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Insights
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MiFID II KYC poses challenge

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Experts explain the importance of finding new ways to frame the conversation around cyber-security.

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Are CFTC and SEC requirements aligning for CCOs?

New CFTC guidance determines that Chief Compliance Officers will be required to report directly to a board director or senior officer.

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