StarLeaf, provider of meeting room and management solutions for Microsoft´s UC platforms Skype for Business and Teams, is the first manufacturer to offer meeting room systems that are fully primed with a precise set of functionality, which enables financial service organizations to comply with the new Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), the company said.
MiFID is a European Union law which standardizes regulation for investment services across all member states of the European Economic Area. Now in effect, MiFID II features substantial revisions that offer investors protection and transparency across all asset classes.
Specifically, new rules dictate that all forms of communication concerning financial transactions are recorded so that there is an auditable trail. Crucially, compliance with MiFID II mandates that all video meetings are recorded and all participants logged, including those using meeting rooms.
The StarLeaf family of video meeting room and management solutions for Microsoft´s UC platforms — Skype for Business and Teams, provides the enterprise with all it needs to equip and manage all meeting spaces, from huddle rooms through to larger meeting rooms. For end users, the StarLeaf GTm meeting room system offers a beautifully simple and familiar environment, while admins benefit from a native system that registers directly to the Skype for Business Server and/or Office365. In addition, the StarLeaf Maestro platform removes cost and complexity by giving admins management oversight and control of their meeting rooms globally.