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ClauseMatch Parters with Singapore’s Ingenia

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Following on from its recent expansion into Singapore, UK-based regtech firm ClauseMatch has announced its first partnership in the region, with independent consultancy Ingenia. The alliance aims to provide ‘Compliance-as-a-Service’ for small and medium-sized financial institutions in Singapore, based on Ingenia’s existing service of developing and maintaining compliance networks for financial institutions who outsource their compliance functions. The firm will adopt the Clausematch platform to create and maintain policies and procedures for their clients. The news follows a $2.5m loan package for Clausematch provided by Silicon Valley Bank to support the company’s continued growth in Europe and Asia.

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