Autorek, a leading software provider for the financial services sector, was recognised at the Systems in the City Fintech Awards 2023, with the business and its Head of Compliance both winning top prizes.
The fintech won Best CASS Solution for the fourth year in a row at the awards, which were organised by specialist business and technology consultancy Goodacre.
Leahn Parry, AutoRek’s Head of Governance, Risk and Compliance, also won in the individual category of Compliance Specialist after one of the organisation’s clients nominated him.
Sky News presenter Gillian Joseph announced AutoRek as the category winner during the presentation ceremony at Merchant Taylors’ Hall in London on Thursday, 22 June.
As well as Best CASS Solution, AutoRek was up for Best Wealth Management Solution.
Lyn Canavan, AutoRek’s VP of Marketing, commented: “We’rethrilled to have won this prestigious award and that AutoRek has been recognised once again as the Best CASS Solution.
“We’ve developed and fine-tuned our CASS solution by working closely with our clients over the years. It’s a solution that we’re incredibly proud of and the win reflects the hard work and dedication the AutoRek team has continually put in behind the scenes.
“The whole team is also delighted that Leahn’s tireless efforts over the past year were recognised at the ceremony. It’s so well deserved.
“We’d also like to extend our thanks to Goodacre and our congratulations to all the other category winners.”
Leahn Parry added: “I’m so honoured to have received this award. Thank you to Goodacre, the judges and the individual who nominated me.
“The compliance award is a recognition of the whole business – not just one department or person. Working together, the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Legal teams provide exactly the regulatory and assurance solutions our clients need.”
The Systems in the City Fintech Awards endorse suppliers of services and systems to the regulated financial services sector.
Based on an independent and factual annual accreditation process, the selection process is overseen by three independent judges.
The awards provide an essential point of reference for user firms assessing the suitability of their operational infrastructure.