Frankfurt, 26 October 2023 – Regnology, a leading software provider with a focus on regulatory reporting solutions, is proud to announce today that it has been recognized as category leaders for both Regulatory Reporting (Banking) and Supervisory Technology (SupTech) in the 2024 Chartis Research RiskTech100 rankings for the third year in a row. Regnology climbed six places to rank 27th overall in the top 100 rankings, an advancement of an impressive 11 overall positions over the past two years. The company also placed in the Top 10 amongst all respondents in customer satisfaction.
Now in its 18th year, the RiskTech100 is recognized globally as the most comprehensive independent study of the world’s major players in risk and compliance technology. Regnology’s continual rise in the widely respected rankings is emblematic of its position as a trailblazer and leader in the regulatory reporting and supervisory technology sectors.
"This recognition reaffirms our unwavering
commitment to pushing boundaries within
the realm of regulatory reporting.”
Rob Mackay, CEO, Regnology
“Our success can be attributed to our relentless pursuit of excellence and continuous investment in research and development. Together with our clients, we remain resolute in delivering transformative solutions that empower both the regulated and the regulators to thrive amidst evolving industry complexities."
Linda Middleditch, Chief Product Officer, Regnology
The regulatory reporting landscape has experienced a tremendous surge in technological advancement in recent years. Most notably, many institutions have started the transition from traditional on-premises systems to cloud-based solutions.
Regnology’s innovative Rcloud platform has thus become a focus for the company, helping to facilitate and enable its client’s move to the cloud. By embracing cloud-based solutions, regulated institutions can achieve unprecedented efficiency gains across various areas such as regulatory reporting and management, tax reporting, and data management processes.
Sid Dash, Chief Researcher, Chartis