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What you can expect

Quality

We have a large team of more than 20 experienced editors and supervisory analysts. They focus on what is being said and how it is being said, to ensure clarity, coherence and compliance, adopting client-specific style and formatting requirements to preserve consistency across publications.

Reliability

We are a trusted business partner. Some clients have worked with us for many years. We have a deep understanding of clients’ requirements and provide a bespoke service. This means we can help our clients navigate the ever-changing business and regulatory environment.

Flexibility

We support clients in all regions and time zones. This includes planned, unplanned and 24/7 editorial coverage. We work remotely but can also integrate seamlessly with clients’ in-house systems, onboarding and publication processes. We help manage editorial workflow peaks and troughs to ensure quality is maintained. Set shifts or ad hoc services at an hourly rate mean clients only pay for the editorial services they need.

Recent Insights

Hugh Farmar

In short, no, at least not today, ChatGPT use in not be used in Supervisory Analysis. The best use for it could be as a kind of spellcheck, a belt and braces check on what the SA has done. Putting ChatGPT through its paces We tested ChatGPT against FINRA’s rules for research. We wanted to … Read more

Hugh Farmar

Second chance for unregistered SAs through the FINRA Maintaining Qualifications Program FINRA has given SAs deregistered before March 2022 a second chance to maintain their registrations. Its new Maintaining Qualifications Program (MQP) set up in 2022 enables SAs without an employer to maintain their registration for five years by carrying out continuing education through the … Read more

Hugh Farmar

It is not just commodities such as oil and timber that are subject to inflation. Words are too; semantic shift in language.  Inflation is when the purchasing power of the money we hold falls so with a given amount of currency we can buy less. Words in one sense are like money. Their value fluctuates … Read more

Hugh Farmar

It was 18 December 2013. Brexiters were seen as “fruitcakes and loonies” by then UK prime minister David Cameron, Trump was still just a reality TV star with a Twitter account, and one of the last bailouts of the financial crisis had just taken place with the EU handing over EUR10bn to Cyprus. The evolution … Read more

Hugh Farmar

In short, no, at least not today, ChatGPT use in not be used in Supervisory Analysis. The best use for it could be as a kind of spellcheck, a belt and braces check on what the SA has done. Putting ChatGPT through its paces We tested ChatGPT against FINRA’s rules for research. We wanted to … Read more

Hugh Farmar

Second chance for unregistered SAs through the FINRA Maintaining Qualifications Program FINRA has given SAs deregistered before March 2022 a second chance to maintain their registrations. Its new Maintaining Qualifications Program (MQP) set up in 2022 enables SAs without an employer to maintain their registration for five years by carrying out continuing education through the … Read more

Hugh Farmar

It is not just commodities such as oil and timber that are subject to inflation. Words are too; semantic shift in language.  Inflation is when the purchasing power of the money we hold falls so with a given amount of currency we can buy less. Words in one sense are like money. Their value fluctuates … Read more

Hugh Farmar

It was 18 December 2013. Brexiters were seen as “fruitcakes and loonies” by then UK prime minister David Cameron, Trump was still just a reality TV star with a Twitter account, and one of the last bailouts of the financial crisis had just taken place with the EU handing over EUR10bn to Cyprus. The evolution … Read more

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