Providing the Insurance sector new ways of delivering insurance products and services that ensure compliance for ever-changing regulatory obligations and related customer needs.

Q. What are your regulatory challenges?

Tracking regulatory changes across State and Federal Insurance Regulators in the US, Central and National Insurance regulators in Europe and additionally Insurance Regulators across the rest of the world, coupled to government legislation and emerging data privacy and security regulations is becoming ever-more burdensome. Manual methods of tracking means adding more bodies to the compliance teams, continuously driving the cost of compliance up.

Q. What makes Corlytics a unique solution?

As a strategic business partner, Corlytics tracks all regulatory data from applicable insurance regulators, using auto-routing to assign relevant updates, carry out impact assessments and deliver this data in an easy to digest digital format. The solution also provides full auditing and tracking for an evidence based view of how regulatory changes are handled within the firm.

Q. How does it work and why it’s needed?

Global insurers need this automated technology for their expert compliance staff to bring order to regulatory change data. This enables them to stay on top of all regulatory obligations and regulatory changes, thereby reducing regulatory risk.

Our solutions for your regulatory needs

Simplify regulation and obligation management

Identify and track emerging regulatory risks

Determine your exposure to regulatory risk


A central point of access for all your relevant regulations

A single structured source of

ESG regulatory developments

Navigating complex regulation

Identifying current and emerging regulatory

themes for financial crime

Read our case studies

All financial firms have issues with regulatory change management.
These case studies give an account of the needs of different clients and different types of financial firms, with similar regulatory requirements across a range of diverse business lines and geographies.