New York, NY – Risk Priorities Inc., a Regulatory Technology (RegTech) solutions company, announced today that its team co-authored a chapter in The REGTECH Book: The Financial Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries in Regulation. This is the first globally crowd-sourced book about innovation in the Regulatory Technology sector. RegTech is providing companies with solutions that address regulatory and compliance challenges through technological innovation. The book was published by Wiley in August 2019 and is available for purchase online at Wiley or Amazon. The chapter co-authored by the Risk Priorities team is titled “The Future of RegTech”.
According to John Humphries, CEO of Risk Priorities, “RegTech provides Financial Service companies with a unique opportunity to transform high-risk, fragmented compliance and regulatory processes. For many organizations, this is a paradigm shift, which will enable companies to be in better control of compliance. As a buyer of a RegTech solution, customers should expect to gain a competitive edge and an increased ability to operate their business model. We are proud to have contributed to the REGTECH Book, and appreciate the opportunity to share our vision on this topic. Given that RegTech is evolving rapidly, we will continue to share our thought leadership to help improve the Financial Service industry. We look forward to providing an update soon on our vision related to the future of RegTech.”
About Risk Priorities Inc.
Risk Priorities provides leading-edge RegTech solutions to Financial Service companies. In helping companies to address regulatory and compliance challenges, Risk Priorities believes that effective interactions with regulators and taking control of compliance are required to execute a company’s business model and innovate in the future. The Risk Priorities enterprise solution, RegTechIQ, digitizes a bank’s high-risk compliance processes. It then aggregates the data and insights needed to be successful with regulators. By using RegTechIQ, a Financial Service company obtains transparency and can take control of its regulatory relationships and compliance.
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