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Fintech Global: Introducing the Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 to help financial firm pick the right vendor

By February 9, 2021September 24th, 2021No Comments
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Picking the right RegTech company to invest in is difficult. Luckily, the Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 has just been launched to help make it easier to make the right choice.

Investing in and partnering up with RegTech solutions have become a must for regulated companies like banks, financial services firms and FinTech startups.

Doing so empowers these ventures to cut through the growing regulatory complexities involved with doing business.

Failing to tap into the services and expertise of RegTech vendors can leave leaders of banks and other financial organisations exposed to huge regulatory, reputational and commercial risks.

At the same time, it can be challenging to know what to look for when connecting with a RegTech vendor. Can their solutions really perform what they say they can? How should a contract be structured to reduce risk on both sides? What are the technologies that RegTech companies use?

To address these questions and to empower businesses to meet the challenges posed by the growing regulatory complexities of the market, FinTech Global and RegTech Analyst’s team of experts have launched the Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021.

The guide is designed provide an in-depth, independent review of the most effective and most promising RegTech solutions available in the market in 2021.

The Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 has been created in response to feedback from our global network of financial institutions who subscribe to the FinTech Global and RegTech Analyst databases and/or attend the Global RegTech Summit.

The Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 highlights the main issues and challenges that financial services organisations face and identifies the key areas to consider in order to determine which solutions to adopt and which suppliers to engage with as potential partners.

The Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 includes over 20 detailed articles from RegTech leaders, innovators and industry experts, each of them covering different aspects of the purchasing journey.

It also provides in-depth profiles of 45 market-leading RegTech companies grouped by subsectors such as onboarding, transaction monitoring, fraud prevention, reporting and others.

Companies tapped for their expertise in this field include BBVA, Trulioo, Canadian RegTech Association, Theta Lake, Danske Bank, BigID, SIFMA and many others.

The Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 acts as a tool to navigate the range of technologies and suppliers in the RegTech market. The insights, case studies and company profiles included in this document can help RegTech buyers ensure their due diligence and vendor engagement processes are exhaustive, well-structured and minimise reputational and non-compliance risks.

Senior managers in compliance, regulation, technology, operations or innovation who are responsible for vendor selection at financial institutions can use the Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 to inform their selection procedures by leveraging practical applications, information and insights from industry leaders, company founders and technology innovators, all of whom have deal-making or implementation experience in financial services.

The Global RegTech Buyer’s Guide 2021 contains proprietary information that is not available elsewhere. It also provides an invaluable independent perspective, which may act as an essential counter-balance to reports that give only a partial view of the industry, such as those produced by some consultants or advisors who have commercial interests in promoting preferred vendors, and those produced by marketing agencies and media companies that promote their sponsors.

In short, our aim in creating the guide is to ensure that senior decision-makers get the whole picture and are thereby equipped to make better decisions.

fintechglobalThis article first appeared on Fintech Global on Feburary 9th 2021.
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