MAP FinTech Named as One of the 100 Best RegTech Companies in the World for 2020

MAP FinTech is thrilled to be named as one of the 100 Best RegTech companies for 2020 by the specialised research firm RegTech Analyst in its third annual RegTech100 list.

MAP FinTech made the 2020 list after being voted one of the 100 most innovative RegTech companies in the world from a selection of over 1000 companies.

This edition of the RegTech100 list, which includes the world’s most forward-thinking technology solution providers, identified companies for their “innovative use of technology in solving a significant industry problem or in generating cost savings or efficiency improvements across the compliance function.”

Panayiotis Omirou, CEO of MAP FinTech, said:
“We are very pleased to be included in this list of the world’s top 100 most innovative RegTech firms. This is a great achievement for MAP FinTech and an enormous recognition of our commitment to continuously provide exceptional and unique regulatory technology solutions to our clients and partners. We aim to continue providing best-in-class technology and innovative RegTech solutions that enable our clients to meet their regulatory reporting requirements and achieve best results.”

About RegTech100
The RegTech100 is an annual list of 100 of the world’s most innovative RegTech companies selected by a panel of industry experts. These are companies that all financial institutions need to be aware of as they develop their important RegTech and digital transformation strategies.

About MAP FinTech

MAP FinTech is a leading and award-winning regulatory technology provider for the financial services industry, specialising in reporting solutions arising from the requirements of a number of complex and challenging international regulations such as EMIR, MiFID II/ MiFIR, FATCA and CRS. MAP FinTech also provides innovative and comprehensive solutions for Best Execution Monitoring, RTS 27/28 reporting, AI Transaction Monitoring and Screening (AML), eKYC (Screening, eIDV, Document Authentication), Trade Surveillance (Market Abuse) and the forthcoming SFTR.