Welcome to the fifth edition of Chartis Research’s RiskTech100 report. The RiskTech100 is recognized globally as the most comprehensive and prestigious study of the top technology companies active in the risk management market.

The technology companies covered in this report range from tier-one enterprise software powerhouses to specialised boutiques. What these companies have in common is they all sell licensable software products within the financial services and corporate sectors, and are recognized as being among the best in their chosen sector or risk class. Many of these companies supplement revenues from software sales with implementation and professional services.

We excluded pure-play independent consultants from this study, such as Accenture, Deloitte, Ernst & Young and Capgemini, which are all active in this sector. For the purposes of this study, we focused on companies selling their own software products as part of their overall offering for risk management. Therefore, we included companies like IBM, Towers Watson and Protiviti.

Table of Contents:

1-     Overview

2-     Integration and Regulation Drive Demand

3-     M&A Activity Accelerates

4-     Research Methodology

5-     How to read the RiskTech100 Rankings

6-     RiskTech100 Rankings 2010

7-     Category Winners

8-     Related Chartis Research

 

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