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Worldwide there are about 220 amendments of regulations on a daily basis. We need a way to manage that, as well as control our own costs
With a good regulation intelligence tool like RegMiner you completely transform your day-to-day risk and compliance practice. You put an end to rising costs. Instead, you shorten work processes, deliver higher quality and build on the expertise of your people. And you are demonstrably cost effective. Putting you in control as never before.
Master regulatory complexity
Worldwide, there are about 220 amendments of regulations each day. And new legislation is continuously being added, making it difficult for organisations to keep track. As a result, many organisations are faced compliance challenges.
The core of RegMiner in a nutshell, including the proven benefits
Take back control
Regulatory Intelligence Technology provides you with a single source of information about up-to-date regulations. You will be the first to know every new amendment, which will enable you to stay ahead. And you will be able to demonstrate in real time how your organisation is compliant, even in heavily regulated markets or when you are faced with regulatory requirements across geographies.
"For Advanced IRB, there are 1,473 articles describing what we need to comply with. Instead of struggling with Excel, RegMiner gave us instant overview. And offered us the next step: online collaboration and drawing up action lists."
Keep up to date with new laws and regulatory changes
Prepare for upcomming regulatory changes
Draw up a company policy and register it for each relevant law or regulation
Instantly create a clear overview in local and international legislation
Compare regulation on the same topic from different jurisdictions
Build a reliable image of your bank, insurance company, pension fund or clearing house
Add great value in acquisition and divestment markets
Show what your department is worth, deliver high quality and stay visibly in control
Why choose RegMiner
1. Increase quality of your regulatory assessments
One single source of truth, with a smart search functionality, including machine learning that helps you search in ways you didn’t think of yet
2. Always up-to-date, save time and resources
Your library is automatically updated and you will be notified of any relevant changes. So, you can update checklists, assemble and assess all regulatory requirements faster and easier.
3. Enable cooperation and knowledge sharing
Work together to take on complex regulations. Create notes, manage discussions and share knowledge within and across teams.
4. Store all steps and actions in audit trails
Checklists you create and assessments you perform are all stored in an audit trail, that can easily be exported for use in reports.
Regulatory Intelligence as-a-Service
Track and capture all relevant sources for newly published regulations. RegMiner monitors hundreds of sources to enrich your library constantly. You only see regulations that are relevant to you.
Gain insight into laws and regulations by using the latest text mining technology. Quick and smart insight into the connections between laws and regulations, with the use of references, suggestions and topic searching within RegMiner’s library.
Enable users to add interpretation and analysis to their regulatory database. Enabling social collaboration by allowing teams to interact and share information, enhancing regulatory oversight.
See RegMiner in action
RegMiner is a constantly updated library that brings together laws and regulations from multiple sources. This one single source of truth is tailored to your organisation, uses machine learning to provide you with useful new insights, and enables your people to enrich the articles
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We are happy to start the conversation on your legal and regulatory challenges and guide you becoming a leading financial institution
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