Welcome to Vestige Technologies
Digital archiving compliance for the Financial Services industry.
What's published is not what's viewed and...
what's viewed is your only compliance issue.
Vestige Technologies LLC offers a service created to meet the needs of Financial Services companies subject to advertising regulations. Proving your Web site and other social media outlets are compliant includes the capture, storage, retrieval and timely reporting of publicly displayed content. Once in place, webEcho FS is the only solution that you need.
Vestige Technologies has a different approach. Our product, webEcho FS is a non-invasive service providing our clients the ability to create a comprehensive content website history, accessible from a simple password protected webpage. With a small amount of set-up, webEcho FS can be online and working in as little as 10 days.
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More Financial Services companies are exploring the use of the Internet as a faster, cost effective way of expanding brand awareness and increasing market share among fierce competitors. New York researcher Competitrack Inc. estimated that all advertising pertaining to investment products totaled $1.4 billion in 2007 and 2008, then fell 35 percent in 2009 to around $910 million and 2010, investment product advertising spend is on track to rebound to just over $1 billion this year or an increase of 9.9%. Advertising Mutual Funds falls into four categories under the conduct rule 2210. Of the four types, Vestige Technologies focuses on two communications channels.
1. Advertisements - for communications to a broad audience;
2. Sales Literature - for communications to a targeted audience
"a separate file of all advertisements and sales literature...shall be maintained for a period of three years from the date of each use."
Based on recent discussions with executives, many firms are attempting to better understand the appropriateness of social networks and how the Internet can be used as a replacement of the more expensive distribution alternatives. With the FINRA Regulatory Notice 10-06 and 11-39, Financial Services companies subject to the Investment act of 1933 now have a clearer path to follow. Using these guidelines, smaller Financial Services companies are able to compete on the same footing as the major wire-houses.
This change has created a flurry of online activity by financial institutions and complicated oversight compliance.
webEcho FS is the answer.