UK Financial Services Supervisory Authority Appoints Gieom as Sole Provider for Integrated Risk and Resilience
Platform

The UK Financial Services Supervisory Authority was set up by the government of
the United Kingdom under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 as a non-profit statutory body,
independent of the financial services industry and regulators. UK Financial Services Supervisory Authority covers deposits, insurance,
investments and mortgage broking, debt management business and more recently funeral plans
conducted by authorised firms.

UK Financial Services Supervisory Authority was using a hybrid system to manage their risk and resilience. Some part of the functionality was
managed in Excel and others in an in-house developed technology system.
This approach led to several challenges, including: non availability of consolidated reports, Excell
approach being too much time-consuming, the Lack of clarity on the RACI responsibility matrix and some
other challenges.

Download our case study to discover how Gieom helped UK Financial Services Supervisory Authority overcome these challenges and enhance
their operational risk and resilience.