RegEd Representatives will Present at a Meeting of the Buckeye Chapter of the Securities & Insurance Licensing Association
Raleigh, N.C., Jan. 25, 2022 — RegEd will provide Securities & Insurance Licensing Association members with insights into the latest regulatory changes and trends, as well as opportunities, challenges and best practices impacting licensing and registration professionals in the financial services industry.
At Wednesday’s SILA Buckeye Chapter meeting, Brandi Brown, senior vice president of regulatory affairs for RegEd, will give a regulatory overview to attendees. Also, Michael Pouliot, head of sales for RegEd’s Enterprise Xchange Contracting, Licensing, and Registration solution, will offer SILA members ways to drive licensing and registration efficiencies that create a competitive advantage.
SILA’s members include licensing experts whose occupations encompass all aspects of insurance licensing and securities registration. “Licensing and registration regulations can be complex and are increasingly dynamic,” Brown said.
Brown will update SILA members on issues such as regulations regarding the sales of annuities, continuing education requirements for investment adviser representatives and the use of remote licensing exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Keeping up with regulatory changes and trends is essential to remaining compliant,” Brown said.
Firms benefit from streamlining their licensing and registration processes as well. “Efficient licensing and registration helps firms recruit top producers and enables them to quickly place business compliantly,” Pouliot said.
Optimizing licensing and registration also reduces costs and risks. For example, eliminating manual data entry and human intervention saves money while increasing accuracy, Pouliot said.
In his presentation at the SILA Buckeye Chapter’s meeting, Pouliot will suggest steps that members can take to drive licensing and registration efficiencies. When combined with Brown’s regulatory updates, SILA members will have the latest information for operating efficiently and compliantly.
The presentations by Pouliot and Brown are examples of RegEd’s support of events that build the knowledge and advance the education of financial services compliance, credentialing, operations and IT professionals. RegEd is a long-time, active supporter of SILA in particular.
RegEd has sponsored SILA’s National Education Conference for more than 20 years. It has also supported the SILA Foundation’s scholarship program since its inception.
Additionally, RegEd representatives sit on SILA boards and committees. Senior Vice President Sales Margaret Bragg and Senior Regulatory Compliance Analyst Susan Boles are on the SILA Foundation’s Board of Trustees; Margie Webber, Director, Regulatory Compliance serves as Governance Chair of SILA’s Board of Directors as well as serving as a member of SILA’s Securities Industry Subgroup & NASAA Engagement Task Force; and Brown is co-chair of the SILA Education and Training Subgroup (SETS). “We appreciate the opportunity to support SILA and its members,” Brown said.
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