London / Immenstaad, December 07, 2021 – Specialist research firm RegTech Analyst today released the annual RegTech100 list for 2022. The list displays the world’s most innovative tech solution providers that address the challenges of regulatory pressures within financial services. Once again ACTICO ranks among the top 100 RegTech companies worldwide. A panel of analysts and industry experts voted from a longlist of nearly 1,200 companies.
ACTICO was recognized for its innovative use of technology by combining human knowledge and AI with automation technology. The ACTICO Compliance Suite helps to solve significant industry problems and aims to improve the efficiency of compliance tasks.
3 main reasons for selecting ACTICO:
- Post Covid financial institutions are looking for comprehensive solutions across the value chain in a push to redesign their legacy processes. ACTICO’s platform covers several verticals such as AML, KYC, transactions monitoring and trade surveillance.
- Solid traction with established international clients across different industries such as banking, insurance and investing.
- The ACTICO unified low-code platform makes it easy to implement applications and services to improve market responsiveness.
Rapid growth in the RegTech industry
“Banks and other financial institutions are investing heavily in AI capabilities to automate highly manual regulatory tasks, support digital onboarding processes and monitor for fraudulent activity”, says Mariyan Dimitrov, director of research at RegTech Analyst.
Thomas Knöpfler, co-founder, General Manager and CSO of ACTICO adds: “In most cases this is a combination of a business rules management software and AI. Business rules management systems represent a high degree of automation when analyzing risks since they process large amounts of data very quickly and in this way meet the relevant regulatory requirements.”
Automation is crucial for keeping up with risk management. With its proven software, ACTICO provides the financial and insurance industry with the tools it needs.
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