FilePoint provides full-service regulatory disclosure solutions to the financial services industry, including EDGAR and iXBRL filing, typesetting, printing, document hosting, and web development services for registered investment companies and investment advisers.
Full document conversion and filing services for investment companies and investment advisers.
High-quality documents delivered quickly and accurately—including prospectuses, financial reports, fact sheets, and marketing pieces.
iXBRL experts to guide clients through the iXBRL process with accuracy, a quick turnaround time, and deep technical knowledge.
Our fulfillment platform and print expertise can provide considerable efficiency for your printing and mailing needs.
A full solution for SEC modernization reporting requirements.
Fully compliant websites with limitless customization for funds, ETFs, and investment advisers.
Automation of the production of customized fact sheets, producing high-quality output quickly.
In addition to creating web-ready files with bookmarks and required links between documents, we host any documents on a customized webpage with links to view, download, and request printed copies.
Fulfillment of the daily posting requirements specific to ETFs by seamlessly automating data feeds into an existing website.
FilePoint’s high-quality, high-touch regulatory disclosure solutions are always expanding to keep up with the needs of investment companies, mutual funds and investment advisers.Visit FilePoint Site
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On February 13, 2024, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) proposed a new rule to combat the investment of illicit funds in the U.S. financial system. The proposed rule would require certain investment advisers to apply Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) requirements pursuant to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).
On February 9, 2024, the SEC announced charges against five broker-dealers, seven dual registrants, and four advisers for recordkeeping violations related to electronic communications.
An active phishing campaign using individualized phishing lures is targeting senior corporate accounts in Microsoft Azure environments, according to researchers from Proofpoint, a company that provides cybersecurity products and software.