iMeta, a leading provider of client on-boarding and lifecycle management software to multinational financial organisations, had a highly successful evening at the A-Team Group’s RegTech Awards on Thursday 16th November, scooping up two awards in one night.
iMeta picked up the “Most innovative use of KYC Software for Client On-boarding” Award.
Lysis and iMeta also picked up the award for, “Best Alliance between Solution Providers to Address Regulatory Compliance,” for their comprehensive Managed Service offering.
The RegTech Awards have been overseen by an expert panel from the Data Management Review and Intelligent Trading Technology Advisory Board. They have been designed to acknowledge vendors who are creatively finding solutions to help with regulatory challenges.
This double award win reinforces iMeta’s role as a top innovator in the client lifecycle management landscape. Their end-to-end solution enables financial firms to automate and manage the complex regulatory and operational data required to transact with their customers. With a highly flexible data model, workflow and business rules engine that can be configured in-house, the system is able to comply with existing KYC and more recent regulatory demands such as MiFIDII, DFA and EMIR. Delivering a single view of the client, and providing auditable traceability of applied policies and data, the platform delivers regulatory surety for KYC and AML. “Following significant investment in our software platform over the last few years, we are delighted to be recognised in two categories by the 2017 RegTech Awards,” said Ben Marsh, CEO of iMeta Technologies. “By uniquely combining data management and workflow to support the client data and regulatory requirements of the front, middle and back office; to deliver greater efficiencies, save time and reduce cost overheads, we are pleased to see our commitment to innovation lauded by these two award wins”. About iMeta Technologies: Founded in 2000, iMeta is a leading provider of Client Data Management software and services; delivering solutions to multinational financial firms, including institutional brokers, dealers and wholesale banks. More information and contact details can be accessed at imeta.com or follow us on Twitter @iMeta_UK Press contact: Victoria Adams
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