The Disruption House and the International RegTech Association join forces
29 May 2018 | 3462 views | 0
Source: The Disruption House
The Disruption House (TDH), the specialist benchmarking and data analytics company, and the International RegTech Association (IRTA) are delighted to announce a new partnership that will support accelerated adoption of Financial Services Regulatory Technology (RegTech) solutions.
The partnership provides all IRTA members with immediate access to the unique TDH Scorecard service at a generously discounted rate. The TDH Scorecard provides independent, detailed analysis on a company and their technology, together with analytical commentary on the longer-term potential and viability of the business. TDH have already helped a number of new-world technology vendors to establish business relationships with some of the world’s leading financial institutions.
The IRTA is a united community of individuals and organisations, with a shared vision to innovate, advance and influence the future of RegTech. The IRTA’s mission is to facilitate and accelerate the evolution of the RegTech industry.
Rupert Bull, co-founder and CEO, TDH, commented. “We are delighted to be collaborating with the IRTA on this important initiative. We believe this is a highly symbiotic relationship as we both share a common vision, which is to help drive change and much-needed innovation into the global financial services arena. Providing access to a discounted TDH Scorecard is a further demonstration of our joint commitment to this goal. Doing business in this highly-regulated environment can be problematic, and while the appetite to adopt innovative new solutions undoubtedly exists, many financial institutions are finding the route to engagement onerous and fraught with obstacles. The TDH Scorecard has been created to help participating firms to overcome many of these challenges and our clients, who are drawn from both the vendor community and the Financial Services firms themselves, are reaping tangible benefits from the service.”
Ben Richmond, Chief Executive at the IRTA said, “The IRTA is committed to helping break down the barriers to engagement that exist between RegTech providers and regulated financial institutions. Our collaboration with TDH offers an important opportunity for our members to accelerate engagement. The TDH Scorecard de-risks the evaluation process, by providing independently collated and validated analysis on a RegTech provider’s offering. Regulated institutions gain a trusted source of information, enabling them to evaluate and engage with credible solution-providers in a more timely manner. We are delighted to be working with TDH to make these benefits more accessible for IRTA members.”
The discounted TDH Scorecard offer is available immediately, to all IRTA members globally.