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CUBE recently announced the acquisition of Reg-Room, a strategic move aimed at broadening its regulatory intelligence capabilities. This acquisition, coupled with a significant new partnership with investment firm Hg, marks a pivotal phase in CUBE’s growth strategy. 

The acquisition of Reg-Room, allows CUBE to incorporate and expand its regulatory change monitoring and analysis. This is particularly valuable for global financial institutions navigating an increasingly complex and dynamic regulatory environment. 

Founded by Nick Paraskeva in New York City, Reg-Room provides regulatory change monitoring and analysis solutions to the financial services industry. Its flagship products, Reg-Track, Reg-Impact, and Regulatory Risk Report, provide the banking, broker-dealer, asset management, and insurance sectors with tailored, timely, and highly accurate alerts and summaries on crucial regulatory changes with global coverage. 

Hg has invested $6.5 billion in the regulatory, compliance, and financial technology sectors and will leverage this deep sector expertise to support CUBE in its next phase of growth. It will provide strategic guidance and operational support to help the company scale its business, enhance its product offering, and expand its global footprint through both organic growth and acquisitions where synergies exist for CUBE’s regulatory platform. 

This latest acquisition continues CUBE’s strategy of consolidating regulatory compliance-focused firms and technologies following its acquisition of The Hub last year. 

According to Ben Richmond, CEO and founder of CUBE, “When we looked at the sector for highly complementary providers, Reg-Room clearly stood out with its industry-leading client retention, innovative solutions, and exceptionally high-quality proprietary regulatory summaries supported by a global team of regulatory experts. Combine this with CUBE’s RegPlatform and RegBrain AI automation and it makes for a compelling proposition.” 

CUBE is headquartered in London and has sales and service offices in New York, Ontario, Minnesota, Australia, and Singapore. Since its founding in 2011, the company has grown to be a robust source of classified and meaningful AI-driven regulatory intelligence, covering 180 jurisdictions and 60 languages from 5,000 issuing bodies. 


With operations across Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia, CUBE serves a diverse and global base of customers and partners, including the largest financial institutions. These institutions leverage CUBE’s RegPlatform to streamline their complex regulatory change management and compliance processes. 

CUBE’s achievements in regulatory technology have been recognised with several industry accolades. Most recently, the company received A-Team Group’s RegTech Insight Award for Best Regulatory Alert Management Solution in the APAC region for 2024. This award underlines CUBE’s ability to deliver high-quality, impactful solutions that effectively address the specific needs of the financial sector. 

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