The Top 25 RegTech Executives of 2021

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The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 RegTech Executives of 2021

The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 RegTech Executives of 2021. As entrepreneurs and executives, these exceptional leaders were selected from a vast pool of nominees for their ability to provide some of the most advanced solutions on the market while guiding and scaling their organizations. They have employed sophisticated technology inclusive of AI, machine learning, big data, and cloud computing to effectively combat data breaches, cyberattacks, money laundering, and other fraudulent activities.

The regulatory technology sector continues to grow in significance given the now widespread use of digital financial services. As the business community shifts in concert to the cloud, governments and regulatory bodies have increased scrutiny over how financial institutions are safeguarding their operations and protecting the customers they serve. The companies represented on this year’s awards list are helping to lead key segments of the financial services industry towards greater security and in turn enabling the further advancement of financial technology as a whole both domestically and globally.

Please join The Financial Technology Report in recognizing the achievements of The Top 25 RegTech Executives of 2021.

Craig Costigan (NICE Actimize), Rajesh Mirjankar (Infrasoft Technologies), David Wilson (Accuity), Sadeesh Venugopal (Sensiple), Brendan Galla (Exiger), Robert Prigge (Jumio), Gabe Moynagh (Sysnet Global Solutions), Vishal Marria (Quantexa), Charles Delingpole (ComplyAdvantage), Lisa Hannan (Verisk Financial), Parth Desai (Pelican AI), Brian Cleary (CME Group), Doug Morgan (Compliance Solutions Strategies), Tim Estes (Digital Reasoning), Raphael Melo (idwall), Sue Childs (ComplySci), Abhishek Chatterjee (Tookitaki), Brian Fahey (MyComplianceOffice), Simone Maini (Elliptic), Oliver Blower (VoxSmart), Gerardo Santos (Abside RegTech), Andrew Simpson (Alessa), Michael Nicastro (Continuity Control), Reda Bouakel (2OS), and Wolfgang Fabisch (b-next).

The full article can be read at http://www.thefinancialtechnologyreport.com.

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The Financial Technology Report is a comprehensive source for market research and insights, business news, investment activity and corporate actions related to the financial technology sector. Based in New York City, the firm is run by a seasoned team of editors, writers and media professionals highly knowledgeable on financial technology and the various companies, executives and investors that make up the sector.

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