FSQS accreditation for PKF GM
Third Party risk management and compliance for the financial services sector
PKF GM has renewed its certified FSQS (Financial Services Qualification System), enabling the firm to act as an accredited supplier to the financial services sector. It has completed the Hellios FSQS, a community of financial institutions; banks, building societies, insurance companies and investment services, which have collaborated to agree a single standard for collecting third party information needed to demonstrate compliance to regulators, internal policies and governance controls.
What is the FSQS?
The FSQS registered mark is valued by some of the largest purchasers in the financial sector and indicates that PKF GM has gone through the process required to demonstrate its commitment and credentials to the industry. Having been accredited by FSQS, PKF GM is able to work with any of the organisations that are FSQS members, without having to complete further tender questionnaires, portal questions or other due diligence procedures.
Robert Brooker, Head of Fraud and Forensic at PKF GM said:
“As an FSQS approved supplier, we’re delighted to have been recognised by this widely accepted accreditation, enabling us to work with many other organisations within the Financial Services sector. If you are an FSQS member and feel you would benefit from the services PKF GM can offer, please do get in touch.”
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