The way compliance is managed in community banks and credit unions today is overly manual, burdensome and risk-prone. With myriad regulatory changes coming from Washington, managing compliance is now a significant part of a bank's cost structure. It doesn't have to be this way. Continuity provides the Compliance Core™ for Community Banks and Credit Unions. Our Core Services comprise a blend of strategic planning services, an expert team of compliance and regulatory experts and comprehensive auditing services to ensure your institution is regulatory compliant. These services are delivered using a compliance operations platform continuously updated with the latest regulatory feeds and best practice compliance processes from other Compliance Core™ banks. Built by bankers and former examiners, our cutting-edge technology has been blended with expert personalized service to help community financial institutions quickly adapt to regulatory change, streamline the workload, and ensure compliance. Continuity serves more than 200 institutions in over 40 states and is headquartered in New Haven, CT. 
Continuity was founded in 2008 by distinguished technology, banking, and compliance specialists who made it their mission to address the growing compliance burden in a different way - so that community banks and credit unions would remain viable. ICBA has endorsed the company as the Preferred Service Provider for Compliance Automation.

Company Growth (employees)
New Haven, US
Size (employees)
50 (est)-1%
Continuity was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in New Haven, US

Key People at Continuity

Andy Greenawalt

Andy Greenawalt

Co-Founder & CEO and Board of Directors
Pam Perdue

Pam Perdue

Chief Compliance Strategist
Joel Nimety

Joel Nimety

SVP Technology

Continuity Office Locations

Continuity has offices in New Haven, Waltham and Austin
New Haven, US (HQ)
59 Elm Street Suite 300
Waltham, US
176 1601 Trapelo Rd

Continuity Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$21.5 m

Latest funding size

$5 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year


Continuity's latest funding round in March 2016 was reported to be $5 m. In total, Continuity has raised $21.5 m

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