RegTech Report 2017

The RegTech Performance Report 2017

The second annual RegTech Supplier Performance Report 2017 is purely for the financial services and banking industry.  The formula is an annual analysis of RegTech sales which will be broken down into sectors and categories. 

As FinTech valuations fluctuate, and in some cases, fall, do we truly know where the market is?  Who is performing and who isn`t?  For the second year, we`ll explore who`s deploying RegTech, where and why. 

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This report is free to enter.

CALL FOR ENTRIES.  Deadline 14th May, 2017

Ask to be included.

New categories added this year: Big Data, Analytics Solutions, Network and Security, Telco Surviellance

Here is what buyers said about the 2016 report:

"a thoughtful analysis and good coverage on the diverse RegTech
solutions"  Koji Takamura, Nomura, Japan

"the report is hugely informative. I’ve shared it internally here and the perception is really positive" Fiona McLoughlin, Fenergo

"New report lifts the lid on regtech sales performance globally"  Read it here. Banking Technology magazine

 

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REPORT EDITORS

Tom Groenfeldt

has been named one of the 25 top global finserv influencers and one of the top 150 best FinTech journalists to follow by FinTech Ranking.  In addition to Forbes, Tom writes for International Finance Magazine, Banking Technology and Mondo Visione.

Tina Snelling

is an experienced financial services and technology marketing, PR and communications practitioner.  She is a keen follower of all things FinTech. Tina has worked with some of today`s most successful and thriving FinTech firms. 

RegTech Performance Report 2017

RegTech – July 2016 NOW PUBLISHED

RegTech - 2017 - CALL FOR ENTRIES.  

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RegTech 2017

Who are the top performers in RegTech for 2017?

This first series will focus on the Regulatory/Compliance sector.  
We will be ranking the performance of the main international regulatory/compliance technology solution suppliers.

Who is performing, and who isn't?

The reports are not based on company valuations.
Nor are they based on subjective views from judging panels or analysts.
They will not focus on your brand or your investment numbers.  
These reports are based solely on your actual market take-up and sales performance.

Qualification

The reports are open to startups, established companies, and financial institutions
with the latest FintTech innovations, technologies and tools, and for this report: RegTech. 
Companies interested must submit their entry form.  Each entry will be validated.

Please ask for an entry pack here.

RegTech Report categories:

Compliance, risk and due diligence universal tools
Legislation / Regulatory gap analysis
Transaction reporting and monitoring
Risk / data warehouse tools
Big data analytics
Workflow and process tools
Verification tools and identity checks
Regulatory reporting tools 


Why get involved?

The benefits of being included on the list go beyond profile. Reputation of supplier is the most influential factor for financial services decision makers that are buying FinTech services.  Vendor profiles are of specific importance at the longlisting stage.  At the shortlisting stage, however, buyers want evidence, rather than just thought leadership, with reputation the ultimate deciding factor. 

These new reports will be offered to financial services institutions and banks looking at FinTech solutions, plus investors and analysts, as a verified guide to what is actually being deployed and where