Finance Monthly magazine has named Inga Rottmann, Vice President of Marketing for Wolters Kluwer’s Finance, Risk & Reporting (FRR) business, as one of its Women in Finance award winners for the second year running. Finance Monthly is a global publication from the Universal Media stable, providing news, comment and analysis, distributed to more than 195,000 executives globally each month.
The prestigious free to enter award program, with winners decided by an independent editorial panel, recognizes Rottmann’s ongoing industry leadership and her strategic role in leading a number of major marketing initiatives at Wolters Kluwer FRR during the pandemic.
Rottmann joined Wolters Kluwer in 2012, initially to lead marketing across EMEA before being promoted to run the function globally. Her background includes seven years at Thomson Reuters in increasingly senior risk management positions. She has held senior roles at Algorithmics – again in the risk management field.
The news follows on from the announcement that Wolters Kluwer FRR has enjoyed its most successful year ever when it comes to independent industry recognition, with 35 awards in 2021 recognizing excellence and innovation in the fields of regulatory reporting, risk management and RegTech. All awards won by Wolters Kluwer FRR are in free-to-enter programs and are based on merit and client feedback.
The company has also had its most successful year ever in the widely followed Chartis RiskTech100® report, with the 2022 Category Winner awards including accolades for Regulatory Reporting – Banking and Liquidity Risk. This comprehensive and independent study of the world’s leading risk and compliance technology companies is compiled by Chartis Research, part of Infopro Digital, publishers of Risk.net and Waters Technology.
Wolters Kluwer FRR, which is part of the company’s Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) division, is a global market leader in the provision of integrated regulatory compliance and reporting solutions. These solutions support regulated financial institutions in meeting their obligations to external regulators and their own boards of directors.