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Regnology set to add Invoke to its portfolio, bolstering RegTech presence
Regnology, a distinguished software provider with a strong emphasis on regulatory reporting solutions, is reportedly nearing the final stages of negotiations to acquire Invoke, a French-based company specialising in financial, regulatory, and tax reporting solutions.
Regnology snaps up SDMX solutions provider Metadata Technology
Regulatory reporting solutions firm Regnology has acquired Metadata Technology, a provider of statistical data and Metadata Exchange solutions.
How has the ESG regulatory landscape changed since the last Earth...
On April 22, we celebrated the 53rd annual Earth Day to celebrate the planet and move further towards protecting and celebrating the Earth.
Is ESG the next big legislative battleground?
Despite coming into the corporate lexicon in 2004, ESG remained fairly invisible for over a decade. With the fight for the climate heating up, ESG has become a huge part of the climate change discussion.
What is the current state of crypto tax reporting?
Despite the rising usage of cryptocurrency, regulations are still quite bare and confusing. Principal to this is crypto tax reporting, which some countries are setting rules for, before even clarifying taxation laws.
Bank of Lithuania taps Regnology for its SupTech solution
Regnology has been selected by the Bank of Lithuania (BoL) for its supervisory technology solution.
Regnology partners with Google Cloud for augmented cloud capabilities
Regnology, a software provider with an exclusive focus on regulatory reporting solutions, has partnered with Google Cloud to deliver augmented cloud capabilities.
Regnology buys b.fine to boost regulatory reporting
Regnology, a RegTech company exclusively focused on regulatory reporting, has acquired Belgian RegTech company b.fine.
Regnology on ESG data and reporting: challenges, Europe, and the consequences...
Regnology believes that ESG should be at the centre of a company’s activities, from finance to risk departments and credit ratings. A good ESG data strategy is key to this.
Is the crypto crash a failure of regulation?
The crypto industry has been on a white-knuckle rollercoaster over the last few years. Establishing a market presence back in 2013, the price of Bitcoin rose from just over $10,000 in 2017 to over $61,000 in October 2021. However, the market is now experiencing a bust. Was a failure to regulation to blame?
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