Compliance Staff Applicants with Data Skills Likely to Draw Interest from CCOs

Chief compliance officers seeking to fill compliance staff positions traditionally seek applicants knowledgeable about the Advisers Act, good people skills and perhaps compliance experience at another firm. Those skills are still important, but CCOs today need to add another core competency to the list: familiarity with data sets,including how to read them, and how to manipulate them to see patterns.
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