Title 31 Reporting

Automate Reporting for Compliance with Title 31 Requirements

Streamline Process and Eliminate Audit Hassles

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Title 31 Reporting

FinCEN Title 31 Record Keeping and Reporting

Ensure Federal compliance with FinCEN Title 31 regulations using CIP Reporting to manage the life cycles of FinCEN filings. Track and correlate cash transaction logs (CTL) and multiple transaction logs (MTL). Provide cross department solutions for suspicious activity reporting (SAR). Ensure CTR and SAR filings are complete and accurate. Review and approve CTR and SAR filings before submission. Demonstrate compliance with full auditing of all Title 31 activities.

  • Maintain Title 31 Compliance

    • SARC, FinCEN Form 102
    • CTRC, FinCEN Form 103
    • Ensure accuracy and completeness
    • Audit and approve each step
  • Structure and Control

    • Enforce State and Federal Guidelines
    • Review, Reject, and Approve Reports
    • Configurable Notifications and Alerts
    • Complete Audit Trail of All Activity
  • Analytics and Reporting

    • Create Charts and Graphs
    • Schedule and Customize Reports
    • Analyze Data for Trends
    • Measure and Demonstrate Effectiveness

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What Our Customers Are Saying

“ I've recently purchased CIP Reporting for my new property. The fact that it's been less than two months that my staff and I have been using CIP Reporting and we have successfully integrated CIP into all event logging, report writing and documentation that we need to accomplish every shift in such a short time is a clear testament to the ease of use and customization that this program has. ”

Jesse Silva - Director of Surveillance

Valley Forge Surveillance

“ Kearney Regional Medical Center approached CIP Reporting to build an incident reporting system that our entire organization would be using. We went with CIP Reporting over the competitors because of the outstanding customer service we received in the bidding stage. ”

Alaina Friest, Quality Improvement/Risk Management Coordinator

Kearney Regional Medical Center