LPA Voted Best RegTech at SRP 2022 Conference

LPA Voted Best RegTech at SRP 2022 Conference
Frankfurt am Main & London, 31 March 2022 LPA, the capital market technology and advisory firm, is delighted to have won the award for best RegTech provider at the 2022 Structured Retail Products European annual conference.  



LPA was voted by organisations across the industry and a final submission was then reviewed by an independent panel of judges. LPA was awarded the best RegTech as an evening event with awards also going to banks and asset management firms recognising excellence in the Structured Retail Products industry across Europe.  

LPA’s software framework ("Capmatix") is a most comprehensive and flexible solution for the structured products market. The RegTech elements comprise three solutions;
a)    Reporting
b)    Buy-side KIDs document hub
c)     Sell-side PRIIPs KID generation system  

Following the acquisition of the acarda regulatory reporting platform, the software was integrated with the Capmatix framework and in January 2022 as Capmatix Regulations – providing funds reporting covering any regulation.  

Peter Schurau, CEO of LPA
, commented: “We are delighted to receive this accolade which is testament to the hard work of our team and also a sign of the appreciation from our clients.”
Christopher Garner

Chief Marketing Officer, LPA

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