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Regulatory DataCorp Builds Up Risk and Compliance Business in Europe

Regulatory DataCorp (RDC), a provider of governance, risk and compliance solutions, has built up its European business to include over 50 global banking institutions, insurance firms, corporates and financial technology providers since it established a London office in May 2014.

Set up in 2002 in the US by 20 leading financial institutions, RDC provides industries including financial services with risk and compliance solutions based on its Grid open source database of global risk intelligence, a compliance-as-a-service platform, sophisticated analytics and access to RDC analysts. The company’s Know Your Customer service, by way of example, screens and continuously monitors customers and transactions against the database, streamlines onboarding with decision ready, dynamic due diligence reports and ongoing monitoring for material changes, and simplifies compliance workflow with configurable software-as-a-service technology.

The company established a European base in London in response to growing local demand for its services and is well placed to support firms that must meet increasing regulatory compliance requirements. Rupert de Ruig, RDC managing director for EMEA and Asia Pacific, explains: “Our compliance-as-a-service solutions are configured to align precisely with a customer’s needs, risk profile and internal processes and resources, offering truly bespoke risk screening as demanded by increasingly stretched compliance and risk management departments.”

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