The latest iteration of the most comprehensive independent study of the world’s major players in risk and compliance technology.
This briefing explores the key trends that we believe will shape the future for buy-side technology, infrastructure and solutions.
An examination of the key dynamics in data aggregation for wealth in the context of open finance.
A detailed look at Aravo’s 3PRM quadrant positioning and scoring, and Chartis’ underlying opinion and analysis.
This report discusses the key trends in the wealth market that are impacting financial planning systems in the standalone solutions market. Contains 1 FinTech Quadrant.
This Vendor Analysis is based on the Chartis quadrant report ‘GRC Solutions, 2021: Market Update and Vendor Landscape’ (published in May 2021).
The death of insurasaurus? Why complacent and out of touch insurers must overhaul their business, and their image, to survive
Like other corporate dinosaurs, many insurers face extinction if they don’t become less reliant on old ways of doing things and robust barriers to entry. But by upgrading their tech and learning from other industries they can avoid the fate of their…
This report examines the key trends driving buy-side and sell-side demand for execution management systems (EMSs), and how the vendor landscape is evolving to keep up with client needs. Includes one RiskTech Quadrant.
This report contains Chartis’ updated view of the market and vendor landscape for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. Contains 8 RiskTech Quadrants.
In pursuit of 'holistic financial wellness', this report evaluates the tools and workflow at hand for the advisor, as well as those for the customer journey. Includes 1 RiskTech Quadrant.
This report from Chartis and Moody’s ESG Solutions Group considers how climate stress tests are developed, and assesses the data, technology and modeling requirements and challenges involved.
This report examines the key trends driving demand for transaction cost analysis (TCA) solutions, and how the vendor landscape is evolving to meet the changing needs of investment managers and traders.
This report, a collaboration between Chartis and FIS, examines the impact of IFRS 17 and LDTI on the insurance industry, giving an overview of the changes observed in the market, the industry’s evolving response, and how firms should prepare for the…
This collaborative report from Chartis and iMeta discusses the risk and technology perspectives of client onboarding in wholesale banking, setting out the challenges and best practices for financial institutions.
This Vendor Analysis takes a detailed look at SAS’ Enterprise Fraud quadrant positioning and scoring, and its enterprise fraud solution.
In this supplement to Chartis' RiskTech100® report, profiles and interviews with some of the category winners' key representatives offer an insight into their performance and plans.
This report examines the trends and dynamics around IFRS 17 compliance, examining why long-term success for insurance firms requires a heterogeneous, flexible and scalable data-management framework.
This report examines the key trends driving ‘buy-side’ demand for outsourced trading solutions, and how vendors have evolved their solutions over time. Contains one RiskTech Quadrant.
This collaborative report assesses how investment managers can gain an accurate, comprehensive view of their portfolios to enhance their competitiveness.
This short report is the second of our quarterly updates in which we review our research agenda and extend it by one quarter.
Execution management systems (EMSs) profess to be multi-broker and multi-asset, yet traders are still juggling multiple EMSs on their desktops. There is a threshold effect at work, whereby EMSs’ penalizing transaction fees and workflow inefficiencies…
The latest iteration of Chartis Research’s market-leading RiskTech100® report. Contains a ranking of the top 100 players in risk technology, more than 80 category winners, and an overview of some of Chartis' key research themes.
An analysis of Fenergo and its KYC software solution.
This report updates our previous KYC/AML quadrant reports. It examines financial institutions’ (FIs’) evolving technology requirements for Know Your Customer (KYC)/anti-money laundering (AML) processes and systems.