Listed on the REGTECH 100 directory for second year running
London, 26 November 2019: SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has been selected for the RegTech 100 directory of leading RegTech companies for the second year in a row.
This list identifies the world’s most promising enterprises developing solutions to solve financial services firms and other businesses’ risk management, compliance and cyber-security concerns.
Out of over 1,000 entries, SteelEye was selected for its innovative compliance and data management capabilities which are helping financial firms globally reduce the cost and complexity of regulatory conformity.
"Being selected for the RegTech 100 list for the second-year running is a great accomplishment for us especially since SteelEye has only been in operations for a little over two years. Our mission to enable firms to comply smarter has remained at the forefront during this time so it is both reassuring and rewarding that others are recognising the work we are doing."
Matt Smith, CEO of SteelEye
SteelEye’s comprehensive RegTech suite, which consists of record keeping, transaction and EMIR reporting, trade and communications surveillance, trade reconstruction and best execution, helps firms efficiently meet their regulatory obligations through a single solution. This is enabled through SteelEye's intelligent data analytics platform which effortlessly unifies clients’ trade, order and communications data from multiple sources and overlays it with market/reference data and news. Read more about the RegTech 100 here.
The REGTECH100 is an annual list of 100 of the world’s most innovative RegTech companies. These are the companies every financial institution needs to know about as they consider and develop their mission critical RegTech and digital transformation strategies.
The previous REGTECH100 lists received worldwide attention. Companies that won places on them generated huge awareness among financial institutions. Many were approached directly by banks and other major FIs, while other got a more welcome reception from prospective clients, which has led to new partnerships, new investments and increased sales.
The list has been updated for 2020 to recognise the next-generation of solution providers shaping the future of the compliance, risk management and cybersecurity industries. The lists aim to help senior management and compliance professionals evaluate which solutions have market potential and are most likely to succeed and have a lasting impact on the industry.