Technology, data and analytics firm LexisNexis Risk Solutions has been recognized as the category leader for financial crime data in Chartis Research’s RiskTech100 study. Chartis is a provider of global research and actionable advice on risk technology.
“After deep analysis into the marketplace, we determined that LexisNexis Risk Solutions was the category winner, in part because of the completeness of its financial crime information, which covers global sanctions watch lists as well as digital identity and physical identity data,” said Rob Stubbs, head of research at Chartis.
“The complexity and ever-changing dynamics of the global marketplace lets in new and different types of risks that banks and other companies have to manage on an ongoing basis,” said Thomas C. Brown, senior vice president of US commercial markets and global market development for LexisNexis Risk Solutions. “Leveraging sophisticated technology, data and advanced analytics through easy-to-use platforms like Bridger Insight XG enables banks, fintechs, retailers and e-commerce companies to reduce exposure to money launderers while staying compliant with shifting sanctions regulations, all in an efficient way.”