RegTech Association announces Swiss Chapter

14.11.2017 13:18

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Today, the International RegTech Association (IRTA) announced the foundation of its Swiss Chapter. A significant number of Swiss RegTech industry professionals and companies such as Apiax, Finform, indigita, Riskifier, and TaxLevel have already joined IRTA as founding members.

The IRTA is a united community of individuals and organizations, with a shared vision to innovate, advance, and influence the future of Regulatory Technology (RegTech) globally. The Swiss Chapter of the International RegTech Association (IRTA CH):

  1. fosters an open and innovative RegTech ecosystem across industries in Switzerland and abroad,
  2. promotes the exchange of views and the collaboration between RegTech providers, regulators, industry organizations, science, professional advisors, service providers and consumers and
  3. is open to private persons and legal entities as well as organizations under public law and represents the interests of its members.

A significant number of Swiss RegTech industry professionals and companies such as Apiax, Finform, indigita, Riskifier, and TaxLevel, together with corporate members such as Orbium have already joined the IRTA as founding members, strongly believing in the need of industry-wide, global collaboration to foster standardization in the regulatory space.

“With RegTech taking an increasing role in Financial Services, the IRTA is now more needed than ever. We’re excited to be part of an organization that is helping to shape the future of the space and move the industry forward”, commented Ralf Huber, President of the IRTA CH and Co-Founder of Apiax.

“The global IRTA has been incorporated as a Swiss association. I am delighted that we can further expand our activities within Switzerland and foster the exchange between local and global RegTech initiatives”, said Gino Wirthensohn, Board Member of the IRTA and Co-Founder of Riskifier.

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