Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Wins Compliance Register Platinum Award for Comprehensive Regulatory News Service
Award Recognises Company’s ARC Logics Offering for Compliance Content and Analysis
LONDON – November 22 2011 – Wolters Kluwer Financial Services today announced that it has won a Compliance Register Platinum Award in the category of “Comprehensive Regulatory News Service.” The Awards, which recognise outstanding service to compliance and regulation (the “OStCaRs”), are held annually and acknowledge more than 40 people, teams and companies in a number of different categories.
The award for Comprehensive Regulatory News Service recognises Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ ARC Logics for Financial Services enterprise risk management offering, and more specifically its Primary Source Content module that is powered by the company’s Compliance Resource Network tool. Wolters Kluwer Financial Services employs more than 400 editors and subject matter experts worldwide, who provide detailed compliance news and analysis on the most important regulations governing the financial industry and infuse that knowledge into practical solutions used by more than 15,000 financial organisations worldwide. Financial services firms using ARC Logics’ Primary Source Content module can embed that regulatory intelligence into their compliance and risk management programs, enabling them to quickly make smart decisions with confidence in a rapidly changing regulatory environment.
Mary Stevens, manager of UK Regulatory Content at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, noted how the win builds upon her team’s recognition as “Best Editorial Team” at last year’s awards.
“I am delighted and thankful that the hard work of our editorial team has once again been recognised by the industry,” Stevens said. “The team works tirelessly on behalf of its customers to ensure we provide them with timely and relevant regulatory content and analysis that helps them simplify increasingly-complex and changing compliance requirements, while saving valuable time and resources in the process.”