“We are thrilled to celebrate ten years of innovation to help the asset management sector to digitally transform. During the last decade, the industry has made significant progress, but there is still much work to do. To stay compliant, save time and money, and offer clients the best experience, going digital will be the new industry imperative in 2023. Especially against a more challenging macroeconomic backdrop that will require firms to rethink how they operate.”, says Bert Boerman, Co-Founder and CEO of Governance.com.
In 2013, after two years of research and preparation, twin brothers and Governance.com Co-Founders Bert and Rob Boerman committed the company to its mission: To transform the asset management industry, one process at a time. In the face of rising regulation and growing complexity, the mission was born out of the realisation that the asset management industry and broader financial institutions must embrace financial technology to stay competitive and compliant.
Today, Governance.com, the low-code process automation platform, offers peace of mind to the companies and their teams working in fund management companies, fund administration, and depositaries by helping them come to grips with regulatory duties in an easy way.
“Compared to ten years ago, when the industry was barely familiar with financial technology such as process automation, the industry now is more digitally mature. We are thrilled to be enabling an increasing number of financial institutions with adapted technology solutions for their specific use cases. Yet our industry mission is by no means complete. 97% of asset servicers cite digitalisation as a top priority. In comparison, only a minority (24%) believe they have ‘strong capability’ in their digitalisation”, says Rob Boerman, Co-Founder and CTO of Governance.com, referring to research by Alpha FMC last year. “We expect 2023 to be another year of massive digital acceleration. We are ready for that wave.”
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