FIS Launches Regulatory Intelligence Center to Provide Clients Actionable Intelligence for Knowledge Advantage

Key facts

  • FIS has opened its Center of Regulatory Intelligence in Washington, D.C., led by Peter Dugas, a former deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
  • This new FIS thought leadership center will provide early insight on regulatory changes, helping financial services clients stay compliant with new regulations.
  • Through the center, FIS will interface with key policymakers to provide industry perspectives on the potential impacts of regulatory mandates to financial institutions.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--()--Increasing interactions with government officials and regulators in order to unlock deeper regulatory insight, FIS™ (NYSE: FIS), a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions, has announced the opening of its Center of Regulatory Intelligence in Washington, D.C.

FIS clients will have the opportunity to receive insights from the center through regularly published regulatory intelligence briefings and thought leadership insights intended to give client institutions deep intelligence into regulatory initiatives coming out of the legislature, administration and regulatory agencies. Input from the center also will help drive FIS research and development efforts as well as consulting services aimed at helping institutions address regulatory changes prior to implementation.

“Our aim for the Center of Regulatory Intelligence is to translate all of the policy, legislative and regulatory developments into actionable intelligence for our clients, and provide critical, timely knowledge to enable them to achieve compliance,” said Sai Huda, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance (EGRC) Solutions, FIS. “The unique perspective gained by monitoring regulatory change at such close proximity to the policy makers will allow us to empower our clients to stay one step ahead, identify impact precisely, make smart business decisions and further succeed in addressing new regulation.”

Peter Dugas, a former deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, will lead FIS’ Center of Regulatory Intelligence. He and other FIS representatives will be in place to provide subject matter expertise and congressional testimony in support of the financial industry, to attend congressional hearings, and to learn directly from top regulators in order to develop a better understanding of current and future regulatory changes for FIS customers.

Earlier this year, FIS earned new ISO certification for managing and maintaining sensitive data. It also recently was selected by the Department of Homeland Security to serve as a cybersecurity research partner and by Microsoft as a partner in cybersecurity at the Microsoft Cybercrime Center. In addition, with more than 5,000 financial institutions among its Enterprise Governance, Risk & Compliance (EGRC) clients, FIS is one of the industry’s leading resources on regulatory requirements and training.

About FIS

FIS is a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions. With a long history deeply rooted in the financial services sector, FIS serves more than 14,000 institutions in over 130 countries. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., FIS employs more than 42,000 people worldwide and holds leadership positions in payment processing and banking solutions. Providing software, services and outsourcing of the technology that empowers the financial world, FIS is a Fortune 500 company and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500® Index. For more information about FIS, visit www.fisglobal.com.

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Contacts

Kim Snider, 904.438.6278
Vice President
FIS Global Marketing and Communications
kim.snider@fisglobal.com

Contacts

Kim Snider, 904.438.6278
Vice President
FIS Global Marketing and Communications
kim.snider@fisglobal.com