Prometeia, the global leader in Risk consulting and software solutions, has again raised its ranking position in the 2017 edition of Chartis RiskTech100®, the most prestigious and comprehensive survey of international vendors active in the Risk, Regulatory and Compliance space.
RiskTech100® product perimeter is extremely broad and includes 18 areas, among which Credit Risk, Market Risk, ALM & Liquidity, Pricing & Valuation, Operational Risk, Energy & Commodity Risk, Financial Crime & AML, Cyber Risk, Artificial Intelligence.
Ranked at the 32nd place in the worldwide list, Prometeia continues to be placed at the very top in the Customer Satisfaction category, where it confirms its second position, the same achieved last year.
The overall Prometeia score has increased from 55.3% in 2016 to 57.5% in 2017, registering a remarkable improvement in all assessment dimensions (besides Customer Satisfaction, Market Presence, Innovation, Strategy, Core Technology, Functionality).
Prometeia, the only Italian RiskTech company present in the rankings, entered the Chartis RiskTech100® in 2010 and has ascended 65 positions ever since.
"Customer satisfaction remains our main strength in the international arena," goes Andrea Partesotti, Head of the Enterprise Risk Management Area at Prometeia. "The ‘one stop shop’ business model – based on a unique combination of consulting, research and specialized SW solution – is gradually becoming the only key to succeed in our sector. It does not come as a surprise that many competitors try to emulate it, but very few managed to implement it effectively. For Prometeia this is a different story: this is in our DNA, this is our story.”
With over 40 years of experience in economic research, quantitative analysis and model development, Prometeia is a global provider of consulting services and software solutions focused on Risk & Performance Management. With over 600 industry experts, we serve over 200 financial institutions in 20 different countries, through a consolidated network of foreign branches and subsidiaries located in Europe, Africa and Middle East.