Be careful choosing, as being frugal particularly on compliance software can be a mistake if that function isn't being outsourced.

"Unfortunately, 'newbies' tend to chintz out on some of the fundamentals, which can cost them big time in the long run from the regulatory perspective," says Jennifer Woods Burke, securities attorney and the founder of compliance consulting firm CompliGuide in Palisades, N.Y.

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