Turn your focus to business-critical functions when you partner with a dedicated team of financial industry specialists.
Financial institutions face intense regulatory scrutiny. Partner with Epiq to streamline internal operations, reduce risk, manage data, and meet litigation needs.
Access a broad range of advisory and technology-enabled services to plan, execute, and manage strategies to reduce risk and create better business outcomes.
Processing and HostingHandle your most complex processing projects and securely host data.
Managed Document ReviewMeet delivery timelines and improve quality by scaling your team with subject matter experts and the application of legal technology, AI, and analytics.
Information GovernancePlan, execute, and manage information governance strategies that align with digital transformation, data growth, and increasing compliance requirements.
Data MigrationSeamless and compliant transition of data from legacy technology while mitigating risks.
Epiq CounselFlexible legal talent with financial industry expertise to help fill gaps, scale up quickly, and hit the ground running.
White CollarDevelop an informed strategy and effectively manage risk for reduced exposure in prosecution or government investigations.
ForensicsEnsure your organization’s data is preserved and collected quickly, securely, and defensibly.
Departing Broker ProtocolMitigate the potential risks associated with departing brokers or other employees fora secure and legally compliant transition while safeguarding sensitive information.
Class Action/Mass TortOur proprietary Client Portal and Mass Tort dashboard will provide your firm with secure and constant access to a claimant's lien information and resolution progress, allowing for real-time monitoring and review of case activity.
Bankruptcy and Trustee ServicesAs a long-established leader in bankruptcy administration, Epiq’s highly experienced team as well as our technology and proprietary software promote efficiency and cost savings.
Corporate RestructuringOur bankruptcy experts are committed to your organization's success, and have decades of experience providing innovative noticing, claims, and solicitation solutions.
Business Transformation ServicesDrive impactful operational change and cost saving initiatives through Epiq's corporate and financing transaction administration solutions that are backed by an experienced team, resources and innovative technologies.
Why Financial Services Organizations
Partner with Epiq
A longstanding relationship with Microsoft has established our reputation as a reliable and trusted partner.
Dedicated teams with years of financial industry experience and a proven track record for delivering results.
Epiq provides services to 16 of the top 20 global investment banks, 9 of the top 10 US banks, and over 30 of the top 50 financial institutions.
Epiq leverages innovative technology, proven workflows, and customized playbooks for top-tier results and significant cost savings.
Microsoft and Epiq Making More Possible
Let’s create efficiencies and better business outcomes together.
Using Microsoft 365 as an Archive to Meet Legal, Compliance, and Regulatory Requirements
Many financial services organizations have adopted M365 for email, document management, and collaboration, but have left costly legacy systems in place. This white paper sets out key roadmap planning considerations to leverage your M365 investment to meet regulatory obligations and potentially decommission legacy eDiscovery, supervision legal hold, and data loss prevention solutions.
Using Microsoft 365 to Stay Compliant with Data Privacy Laws
Data privacy laws are popping up everywhere. Two years after the EU implemented the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), providing individuals with significant control over their data and harsh penalties for organizations that do not comply.
Planning for a Remediation: Proactive Considerations for Financial Institutions
Financial institutions are more regularly dealing with voluntary remediations and public consent order activity due to heightened scrutiny by regulators and changing internal policies. In the age of efficiency, this is just another area to invest time creating flexible strategies. Being proactive positions financial institutions as better equipped for future remediation, restitution, and distribution needs.