The sixth edition of the prestigious annual RegTech100 was announced today by specialist research firm RegTech Analyst.
The global list recognises the world’s 100 most innovative RegTech companies (not just Privacy Tech) that every financial institution needs to know about.
Keepabl has been named to the RegTech100 2023, making this our third year in a row to be honoured with this recognition for our innovation in compliance SaaS!
We’re so excited at this amazing recognition for the whole team’s innovative focus on the customer and the job to be done on GDPR and Privacy compliance.
‘Very few vendors have been listed three years in a row, so it’s a huge achievement by the team at Keepabl.‘ notes Mariyan Dimitrov, Director of Research at FinTech Global, the publishers of the prestigious RegTech100.
Mariyan continues, ‘This award reflects Keepabl’s continued strong focus on innovation to make this complex compliance area as simple, and valuable, for their customers as possible.‘
Robert Baugh, CEO of Keepabl adds: ‘To be named to the RegTech100 three years in a row is a rare achievement, and I’m so proud of this recognition for the entire team’ enthusiasm and focus, living our values and our ‘Why’: to joyfully use tech to solve people’s headaches and make them feel happier. We thank the organisers and very much look forward to another year as a member of this exclusive cohort!’
The RegTech100 list is now live for 2023. Entering its sixth year, the list compiles the world’s most pioneering businesses in the regulatory technology market that are helping financial institutions deal with the most pressing compliance and risk management challenges.
Prior to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the RegTech sector experienced explosive growth with the rise of hybrid work and increased us of digital channels. As the pandemic begins to recede from view, the popularity of regulatory technology has remained strong, with the market set to grow by a compound annual growth rate of 19.8% by 2027.
With this considered, this year’s process to select the 100 most innovative RegTech companies included the widest and most diverse range of enterprises yet. A panel of analysts and industry experts reviewed a longlist of nearly 1,300 businesses, which was produced by RegTech Analyst. They sought to highlight the solutions every leader in financial services need to know about in 2023.
RegTech Analyst director of research Mariyan Dimitrov said, ‘With the rapid changes in regulatory frameworks, working habits and customer expectations, compliance and regulatory technology continue to be a growing area of investment for financial institutions as they streamline their operations. The RegTech100 list helps senior executives get a better ROI on that spending by highlighting the leading companies in areas such as onboarding, risk management, fraud prevention and information security‘
A full list of the RegTech100 and detailed information about each company is available to download for free at RegTech100.com.
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