2021 has been another watershed year for the financial services sector: new working arrangements, emerging digital channels and increasing regulatory standards are reshaping the way business is conducted across the sector.

But despite the many challenges, it’s no exaggeration to say the past 12 months have been one of the busiest and most rewarding chapters in Recordsure’s history. For one thing, our technology has continued to take a foothold in a regulatory climate where automation is fast moving from a luxury item to a fundamental tool in firms’ compliance arsenals.

And we’re delighted to say that the past year has been one of our best yet in terms of awards and recognition. Our AI-driven speech and document recognition platforms earned us the Innovative Use of Artificial Technology award at the Wealth European Awards. We were also recognised for our collaborative work with KPMG in Australia with the renowned Partner Innovation prize at the ARN Innovation Awards.

Of the latter, Recordsure and TCC Group CEO Joe Norburn remarked:

We're privileged to collaborate with KPMG on some of their most prestigious projects.

This award is a wonderful recognition of the hard work and dedication from KPMG and Recordsure to bring innovation and efficiencies to the heart of solving the challenges of the financial services industry.

Joe Norburn, Group CEO, Recordsure and TCC

But that’s not all, as Recordsure was included on several 2021 lists of influential firms and technology providers – including ranking a fantastic 4th place on the RegTech 50 and being featured in RegTech Analyst’s RegTech 100. Furthermore, our state-of-the-art machine learning platforms were amongst those shortlisted for RegTech of the Year at the UK FinTech Awards.

Meanwhile, our Founder and Executive Chair at Recordsure and TCC Joanne Smith continued to be praised for her achievements as one of the RegTech sector’s most prominent innovators. This year, she placed among the Senior Leaders in the annual Women In FinTech Powerlist – in addition to taking home the influential Innovator of the Year award at the 2021 Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance awards.

 
 Joanne said:

I'm passionate about leading the industry change with FinTech to create a fairer, more compliant industry and achieve better outcomes for financial services customers. Being included in the Women in FinTech Powerlist 2020 is a significant recognition of the work we do.

Joanne Smith, Founder and Executive Chair, Recordsure and TCC

It’s always an honour to win these fantastic awards – a direct result of the significant traction our RegTech solutions have gained this year – but what matters the most to us is the positive feedback from  our clients and their appreciation of our dedication to making compliance simple and efficient. 

Joe Norburn commented:

The success we’ve had this year is a testament to the sheer amount of teamwork that goes on here every day at Recordsure.

I couldn’t be prouder of the awards we’ve won and the fact our intelligent RegTech products are going from strength to strength. I’d like to thank everyone for their hard work as well as our clients and partners for their ongoing support. We can’t wait to see what 2022 will bring!

Joe Norburn, Group CEO, Recordsure and TCC

2022 is already shaping up to be an exciting year for us. We’re kicking off the year by collaborating with our sister company, TCC, on several key projects. By combining TCC’s deep compliance expertise with our pioneering RegTech innovation, we can deliver the best possible solutions to our clients – helping to drive innovation and improve outcomes across the financial services sector. 

We wish everyone a very happy new year – we’ll see you in 2022!

 
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