Compliance.ai provides users with programmatic access to financial regulation data for use in a variety of applications. The API enables developers to add valuable features like topic based search and filters to get real-time insights on changes in the regulatory environment. The API automatically aggregates data from: Federal & State agencies, Enforcements, Regulatory publications from press and independent agencies, White papers, Millions of existing and new rules, Executive orders, and Notices.
The API allows for seamless integration of the latest updates in regulations for financial institutions and businesses. With the integration of Compliance.ai’s data, developers can build new applications, features, and feed information into existing GRC platforms, FinTech application, content management systems and more.
With this API you can to instantly access financial regulatory information, using a SMART platform (Search, Monitor, Access, Research and Track financial regulatory information), in real-time.
Currently, you can search documents (/v1/search), agencies (/v1/agencies), suggestion (/v1/suggestion), get PDF (/v1/pdf ), and IFrame (/v1/iframe ).
This API requires registration and an API Key for access.
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