Company wins category leader ranking for Regulatory Intelligence and Long-Duration Targeted Improvement capabilities
Wolters Kluwer has achieved top honors in two solution areas in this year’s widely followed and hotly contested Chartis RiskTech100® rankings.
The company has been named a Category Leader in Regulatory Intelligence for a third consecutive time and, for the second year running, has earned a Category Leader status for its capabilities in Long-Duration Targeted Improvements (LDTI). 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 achieved a #11 global ranking in the RiskTech100® this year and increased not only its Overall Score—moving from 69.3% in last year’s report to 69.49% this year—but also raised its scores across the Core Technology, Customer Satisfaction, Market Presence and Innovation categories.
“Wolters Kluwer’s overall ranking and category leader wins, built on the foundation of an effective technology development strategy, reflects its continued achievements in delivering high value to customers, helping them manage financial risk and meet regulatory obligations.”
These latest honors follow on category wins achieved by Wolters Kluwer for its Enterprise GRC capabilities, along with its Operational Risk, Conduct Risk and Control solutions as previously announced by Chartis.