Chartis RiskTech100® 2018
Asset Control Sales Team < 1 minute
An annual in-depth analysis of the risk technology market now in its 10th year, the RiskTech100® is acknowledged globally as the most comprehensive study of the world’s foremost risk and compliance technology companies.
Asset Control, the leading provider of financial data management solutions, is proud to announce its 85th place listing in the Chartis RiskTech100®, the recognized, definitive list of the top solutions in the risk technology space. This year’s ranking represents Asset Control’s third consecutive year of inclusion in the RiskTech100®, and follows its recognition as a point solution provider in the Chartis RiskTech Quadrant® for Sell-Side Risk Management Systems 2017.
Developed with continuous input from its customers, Asset Control’s solutions help financial institutions improve the timeliness and quality of their market, reference and risk data, by addressing specific data architecture, integration and distribution challenges.
Asset Control’s standardized, flexible data models act as a bridge between siloed data sources, increasing operational efficiency and empowering firms to address the specific requirements of regulatory frameworks such as stress testing, FRTB, MiFID, PRIIPS and BCBS 239.
Rob Stubbs, Head of Research at Chartis said: “Asset Control’s inclusion in the 2018 listings acknowledges the company’s success in bringing greater control and visibility to clients’ management of critical data for risk and compliance.”
Mark Hepsworth, CEO, Asset Control, adds: “It is a testament to the whole Asset Control team’s dedication to continued innovation in helping clients with their risk management infrastructure that we have being once again been included in the Chartis RiskTech100®.
“Looking ahead into 2018, we have some exciting announcements coming up that bring further innovation around the accessibility and discovery of market data for business & operational users and internal downstream systems to help them stay ahead of the evolving risk and regulatory landscape.”