How to Enter
26th May 2022
Here's how to enter our RegTech Insight Awards - Europe
If you are a solution provider with active clients within capital markets and investment management and you would like to be alerted for when the next awards are open, click here. Please don’t enter solutions related to retail or corporate markets.
How the Nomination / Call for Entry Process Works
Nominations / call for entry for the RegTech Insight Awards – Europe are open to all RegTech solutions providers. Anyone can nominate a solution provider, be that a solution provider themselves, financial institution or consultant.
Our awards are overseen by an Advisory Board who help shape the categories and review the nominations alongside A-Team Groups Editors.
You will be notified when the award categories have been finalised and the nomination / call for entry stage is open and the closing deadline.
Once you have decided which category you want to enter (from the categories link above), we would recommend you prepare in advance the required 500 word entry to support your company or product/service application.
Please note that the judges will be looking for as much detail as possible when reviewing entries. Entrants should therefore list achievements and innovations where appropriate taking into account type of solution, efficiency, integration effort, what does it support, types of users, beneficial outcomes. For Best Consultancy categories, we require instances of outstanding service and/or innovation over the past year.
A-Team Groups Editors will work closely with our Advisory Board members to examine all submissions to see if all companies and/or products are suitable for recognition to make the shortlist.
Once the shortlist has been finalised, financial institution members of our RegTech Insight community are asked to vote. We kindly ask solution providers not to vote for themselves as these will not be taken into account and will be removed from the process.
Winners of the awards will be notified and celebrated at an Awards Ceremony.