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the ex­cite­ment in our econ­omy is fo­cused now on small business,” Cor­bett em­pha­sized. “Smaller com­pa­nies hire peo­ple and cre­ate jobs. The real pas­sion and the true value that en­hances our econ­omy and our com­mu­ni­ties comes from smaller com­pa­nies.”

Cor­bett ex­plained how keep­ing that ex­cite­ment about small business at its peak is one rea­son Per­ritt Cap­i­tal em­ploys an in-house com­pli­ance team. In this highly-reg­u­lated in­dus­try, Cor­bett be­lieves that us­ing out­side com­pli­ance is too cum­ber­some. It de­lays get­ting mar­ket­ing ma­te­ri­als out to po­ten­tial clients and slows down the flow of in­for­ma­tion.

“Hav­ing com­pli­ance in-house helps us put ma­te­rial to­gether in a timely man­ner, signed off for le­gal pur­poses and prop­erly doc­u­mented so we are able to have a strong com­pli­ance process that also al­lows us to get in­for­ma­tion to our clients in a pretty fast and ef­fi­cient man­ner,” Cor­bett said. “The only draw­back to this in­dus­try is that is highly-reg­u­lated and I don’t see that go­ing down, but only in­creas­ing.”

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