Previous winners

For more than a decade, Chartis has been producing its market-leading RiskTech100® analysis of the world's most significant risk and compliance technology companies. In that time, the risk technology landscape has shifted as broader economic and social trends have taken hold. Reflecting this, the breadth of categories we analyze - and the range of vendors we assess - has increased to cover new solutions, technologies and regulatory demands.

 

2016 category winners:

Chartis categories:

  • Functionality: FIS
  • Core technology: Oracle
  • Organizational strength: FIS
  • Customer satisfaction: Empowered Systems
  • Market presence: FIS
  • Innovation: SAS

Vertical:

  • Banking: SAS
  • Capital markets - sell-side: Murex
  • Capital markets - buy-side: MSCI
  • Insurance: FIS
  • Corporations: MetricStream

 

Geographical sectors:

  • Americas: Oracle
  • Europe: SAS
  • Asia Pacific: Murex
  • Middle-East & Africa: EastNets

 

Horizontal:

  • Credit risk: SAS
  • Market risk: IBM
  • Liquidity risk & ALM: Prometeia
  • Energy trading risk: OpenLink
  • Commodity trading risk: Allegro
  • Financial crime: NICE Actimize
  • Cyber security: BAE Systems
  • Operational risk & GRC: MetricStream
  • Regulatory reporting: Wolters Kluwer
  • IFRS 9: Wolters Kluwer
  • Risk data & aggregation & reporting: Oracle
  • Enterprise stress testing: Moody's Analytics

 

 

2015 category winners:

Chartis categories:

  • Functionality: IBM
  • Core technology: SAS
  • Organizational strength: MSCI
  • Customer satisfaction: Prometeia
  • Market presence: IBM
  • Innovation: SAS

Vertical:

  • Banking: SAS
  • Capital markets - sell-side: Murex
  • Capital markets - buy-side: MSCI
  • Insurance: SAS
  • Corporations: OpenLink


Geographical sectors:

  • Americas: FICO
  • Europe: IBM
  • Asia Pacific: Misys
  • Middle-East & Africa: EastNets

 

Horizontal:

  • Credit risk: Moody's Analytics
  • Market risk: IBM
  • Liquidity risk & ALM: QRM
  • Energy & Commodity trading risk: OpenLink
  • Financial crime: SAS
  • Operational risk & GRC: MetricStream
  • Regulatory reporting: Wolters Kluwer