General Manager, Risk and Compliance Solutions
Nigel Riley leads the Risk and Compliance Solutions business at Intapp. He is responsible for setting strategy and driving growth for Intapp risk products, which address the unique challenges facing financial and professional services firms. Prior to joining Intapp, Riley served as COO of JP Morgan Chase’s Global Conflicts function, where he led strategic and technology initiatives. In all, he spent 15 years working in various technology and COO roles within JP Morgan Chase’s Investment Banking business in London, Hong Kong, and New York. Riley earned his bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Birmingham, and earned his certification from Pragmatic Marketing.
Warner Norcross + Judd LLP selects Intapp to modernize risk and compliance
Corporate law firm Warner Norcross + Judd LLP will centralize client commitment documents and systematize its conflicts clearance process using Intapp Terms and Intapp Conflicts.
Corporate Compliance Insights - 4 Key risk management trends for consulting leaders
Corporate Compliance Insights published an article from Nigel Riley, Intapp’s General Manager of Risk and Compliance Solutions, on how firms are responding to increased risk in the industry.
4 key risk management trends for consulting firm leaders
Risk management is fast becoming top of mind for forward-thinking consulting firm leaders. With the right technology, combined with updated risk processes, leaders can help their firms reach their growth and profitability goals.
Practus selects Intapp to deliver risk and compliance solutions in the cloud
Virtual law firm Practus will centralize and systematize its conflicts clearance process using Microsoft Azure-based Intapp Conflicts.
New York Law Journal - Why savvy law firms are prioritizing risk-aware business development
Intapp’s Lavinia Calvert, Warren Knowles, Stacey Macmillan, and Nigel Riley explored why it’s important to increase collaboration between risk and compliance and business development teams, and how adoption of the right technology can help in a New York Law Journal article.
LegalTech News - Legal tech's predictions for privacy in 2023
Nigel Riley, General Manager, Risk and Compliance Solutions at Intapp, shared his thoughts on the importance of being prepared for impending regulations with LegalTech News for an article on the what the U.S. privacy landscape will look like over the next year.
LegalTech News - Why U.S. law firms should start preparing for money laundering regulation
Intapp’s Nigel Riley and Marie-Claire Le Houerou contributed an article to LegalTech News on how law firms in the United States can prepare for increased federal regulations around anti-money laundering.
ENABLERS Act: Enhance your risk and compliance management
Learn how your accounting or legal firm can prepare for the ENABLERS Act, a bipartisan proposal to expand anti-money laundering surveillance. By strengthening your risk and compliance management now, you’ll get ahead of the regulation and achieve long-term benefits.
City Tour in New York
Intapp is excited to announce our 2022 City Tour, a brand-new series of in-person experiences designed to inspire, inform, and connect you with Intapp and DealCloud experts and peers. Together, we’ll explore the power and potential of your technology, with tailored events for partners, associates, C-suite leadership, and IT professionals. You won’t want to miss it.
ABA Banking Journal - Controlling risk and compliance: It takes a system
Intapp’s Ben Harrison and Nigel Riley contributed an article to ABA Banking Journal focused on how financial services firms need a system to face tremendous compliance obligations and other elements of risk.
Support Your Firm’s Management of Non-Financial Risk with the Right Teams and Technology
Learn how you can leverage Intapp technology and our risk team to improve your firm’s management of non-financial risk.
Streamlining Risk Management in Restructuring Engagements
When carrying out necessary client due diligence and conflicts clearance for restructuring transactions, manually identifying and tracking the often-complex and evolving relationships with clients, lenders, sponsors, and other involved parties can present significant challenges to productivity. Many firms conduct manual conflicts checks by pulling data from various siloed systems — but there’s a better way.
Watch this on-demand demo to see how Intapp Risk & Compliance empowers restructuring teams with a seamless experience and purpose-built capabilities that significantly accelerate the risk management procedures necessary to address conflicts clearance, risk assessment, risk scoring, and anti-money laundering and client due diligence requirements.
Intapp Risk & Compliance includes key features to enable streamlined and comprehensive conflicts review and clearance:
- AI-assisted conflicts clearance to reduce the volume of manual review by up to 60%
- Native integrations for both conflict clearance and client due diligence with third-party data providers — including Dun & Bradstreet, S&P Global Market Intelligence, and Bureau van Dijk — to monitor corporate ownership, sanctions lists, PEPs, and other key risk factors.
- Bulk upload capabilities to streamline searches and speed reviews.
- Ongoing monitoring of evolving risk profiles and automated alerts to warn your team of potential conflicts or changes to risk exposure.
- Cloud-based technologies to facilitate secure and scalable deployment.