Comsure partners with Clausematch's RegTech Solution in the Channel Islands and Mauritius
At Comsure's 5th annual regulatory risk conference [12-13 July 2023], Comsure (Jersey and Mauritius) announced it had signed an agreement with Clausematch, a technology company developing solutions for regulatory compliance, now a part of Corlytics Group.
Clausematch is an award-winning and cutting-edge AI-powered platform that brings automation to policy management, regulatory change management, and organisational governance. It enables private [e.g. wealth managers] and public sector [e.g. financial services Regulators] to digitally manage: create, review, update and publish rules [policies, procedures, laws and regulations] in a dynamic way with a precise full audit trail and real-time insights.
Mathew Beale, speaking to select guests at Comsure's Mauritius risk conference, said:
At Comsure, we see an increasing challenge for our clients in maintaining their operational policies and procedures, ensuring they maintained with changes in legal, regulatory and operational requirements.
After seeing and testing Clausematch, we were blown away. I have seen many tools and heard many promises to manage policies and procedures, but none have all the features of Clausematch in a single solution. It is the best and the most user-friendly policy and procedure management product I have seen and used".
Clausematch works with various multinational clients across regulated industries, including financial services, energy, and insurance. Clausematch was a regional winner for Barclays' entrepreneur awards for the Rise FinTech Company of the Year, recently topped Business Cloud's RegTech50 list, and was named RegTech of the Year by the US FinTech Awards in 2022. And on the 5th of July, Corlytics and Clausematch announced they would come together to redefine RegTech in a strategic acquisition to create an unparalleled platform that manages the entire regulatory risk value chain on a global scale.
Comsure and its business partners in Mauritius are acknowledged leaders in GRC, and this partnership is part of Comsure's continued work with RiskTech, FinTech and RegTech companies that support regulated wealth managers.
Mathew added to the risk audience:-
Now we have signed our collaboration agreement with Clausematch, Comsure looks forward to helping our clients see the benefits within their policy, procedures and operational processes.
By combining our expertise, we will deliver unparalleled value to clients, equipping them with the tools, knowledge, and foresight necessary to navigate legal, regulatory and operational challenges effectively.
Through this partnership, organisations in the Channel Islands and Mauritius can access unique compliance technology bolstered by Comsure's invaluable GRC knowledge. The result is to streamline compliance processes, enhance risk management, and make savings."
Comsure will now look to provide its client with professional services and implement the Clausematch solution. Clausematch will be introduced to Comsure clients, and then Comsure will assist in the Clausematch integration into the clients operating environment and/or other document management solutions. Comsure will then, if so instructed, assist with policy and procedure content management and maintenance.
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