Starling was recently highlighted in a blog post earlier this year as a potential solution for companies struggling to understand how to manage their companies in an environment of heightened regulatory and public scrutiny. Leaders that foster strong corporate cultures will ultimately be in a better position to respond. Starling provides tools that help people managers to diagnose problems and remedy these challenges before they lead to problems. Drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a demo or conversation about how we can help your organization.
Let’s have a big hand for the final post of our series on great RegTech firms: General Compliance. It’s a tricky one since it deals with all solutions that aren’t already classified in one of the other categories or deal with new trends and aspects that don’t fit into those. We appreciate it’s a bit vague, but we think of regulatory risk modelling, scenario analysis and forecasting that could be such activities or all actions to evaluate and oversee a firm’s internal culture and behaviour. Also, often solutions do not fit into one bracket only, but could be put into several baskets and most firms focus on several aspects to disrupt the industry through RegTech innovation, so there you go. To cut a long story short, here are our final 5 Top RegTechs:
Shortly before Thanksgiving, the NY Federal Reserve released a detailed summary of its 3rd annual conference on desired reforms to culture and behavior in the financial services sector. Following high profile congressional hearings on the Wells Fargo scandal, the Fed event attracted more attention and senior level attendees than usual. We were pleased to be the only technology startup invited to participate.