March 1, 2019

March 2019 Update: Address Filter And Preclearance

Preclearance lists
You can now integrate preclearance data into illumis. Use the Preclearance tab to add and store contribution requests to the platform, helping keep your workflows streamlined and centralized, and easily share data across the team.

In the next few months, we’ll be adding additional functionality to automatically match pre-cleared contributions directly to records detected, letting you quickly and easily reconcile records in the platform.

Exclude contributor addresses and employers
Customers can now exclude false positives using address or employer information on the record. For example, if you’re monitoring a common name like Andrew Allen, and know the Andrew Allen in Westbury isn’t the person you want results for, you can set up a filter to remove results for addresses in that city. Here’s how:

Please Note: This post was updated in June 2020 to reflect our company’s new name: illumis


compliance updates

Pay-to-play rules and regulations, including the well-known Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) pay-to-play-rules, have become a focal point for compliance teams navigating the midterm elections in 2022. However, even in off years, or years with no major elections, for those firms who rely heavily on government contracted work, political contribution compliance can’t just turn off.

compliance updates

Ensure employees aren’t putting your firm at risk of reputational damage or costly violations by integrating a political contribution compliance platform into your tech stack.

compliance updates

The news is out! illumis, inc. is now a COMPLY company! We’re incredibly excited about the new opportunities and benefits, this brings for you, our customers, and our organization.