Saturday November 28, 2020

Financial regulation rules for global software specialists

Entirely export-based, Dublin company Vizor Software sells to central banks, regulators and tax authorities in 30 countries worldwide, from Canada to New Zealand and Jamaica to Brunei

18th March, 2018
Conor Crowley of Vizor

When Conor Crowley and Ross Kelly, co-founders of Vizor Software, worked as technology consultants in financial regulation in the early noughties, they identified inefficiencies caused by disjointed technologies.

Both knew that technology could greatly improve workflow and productivity for financial regulators across the globe and so Vizor Software was born.

Entirely export-based, the Dublin company sells to central banks, regulators and tax authorities in 30 countries worldwide, from Canada to New Zealand and Jamaica to Brunei.

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