ViClarity Named Among The World’s Best RegTech Companies For The Second Time

January 4, 2021

ViClarity are pleased to announce that we have been named among the world’s leading RegTech (Regulatory Technology) companies for the second time in three years.

The 2021 RegTech100 was launched today by specialist research firm RegTech Analyst. The prestigious list recognises the world’s most innovative technology solution providers that address the challenges of dealing with regulatory pressures within financial services.

The RegTech industry has experienced huge growth in the last few years as banks and financial institutions grapple with the unrelenting pace of regulatory change across all jurisdictions. Over $5bn has been invested in RegTech companies so far in 2020, according to data published by RegTech Analyst, as the compliance challenges have only been exacerbated by the shift to remote work during Covid-19.

As a result, this year’s process to identify the 100 RegTech innovation leaders was more competitive than ever. A panel of analysts and industry experts voted from a long list of over 1,000 companies produced by RegTech Analyst.

ViClarity were recognised as one of the most innovative RegTech companies globally due to the number of solutions available across all sectors and the customisation available to clients within the platform. 2020 has been a very successful year for the company which has led to rapid expansion across Europe and the US.

Speaking after the announcement, ViClarity Founder, Ogie Sheehy said:

“We are delighted to have made the list for the second time. 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, and we have been able to help numerous organisations by connecting teams through automation while remote working”

“It’s great recognition for our team and I’m delighted to be able to share this great news with them”

A full list of the RegTech100 can be found at

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