Markets we serve

Incisive Insight

The Insight division serves the global financial services, insurance and financial technology markets, and the regulators and service providers who operate within them.

Our market-leading B2B information services brands provide research, analysis and insight around three key information drivers: regulation, market complexity and technology. We turn complex information into invaluable business insights that drive a return on investment for our customers.

A rich, digital offering, providing business-critical content throughout the day

As a customer-centric business, Incisive Insight provides access to content in the format customers want, whenever they want it, and wherever they are. Our advanced digital technology customises content for users via responsive websites, ‘real-time’ and ‘edition’ apps, research reports and newsletters. Live event experiences facilitate networking and learning through conferences, training, rankings and awards ceremonies.

Risk (est 1988)

Risk.net has a team of 40 editorial staff across the globe. The Risk.net team works across five desks – risk management, regulation, derivatives, commodities and asset management – reviewing complex issues, speaking with practitioners, regulators and other stakeholders, and writing detailed, analytical assessments of the implications for our customers. In addition to Risk.net, the portfolio contains FX Week, a standalone brand covering the global foreign exchange market. Risk.net also has a thriving events business, running hugely successful conferences, training courses, awards ceremonies, rankings, briefings and roundtables across the globe. From Risk.net a number of monthly curated editions are created, serving Energy, Operational Risk, Insurance and Asia.
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Central Banking (est 1990)

Since 1990, Central Banking Publications (CBP) has served the specialist community of central bankers and its related professionals in more than 140 countries. The founding mission was to help forge a common central banking community, and the growing events portfolio is a testament to the success of that vision. Each year, central bankers from around the world attend our highly reputed training series in Cambridge, Windsor and Kuala Lumpur, as well as quarterly events and roundtables on four continents, where they learn and network with their peers.
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Chartis (est 2005)

Chartis is recognised internationally as the leading provider of research and analysis on the £45bn global market for risk and compliance technology. Respected throughout the industry, the team of Chartis analysts and reports are utilised by financial institutions, technology vendors and consulting firms for strategic decision making, product selection and thought leadership. In particular, the market-leading RiskTech 100® is a must-read report for technology purchasers and vendors, and is brought to life at the RiskTech 100 Awards.
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WatersTechnology (est 1985)

WatersTechnology.com is the leading source of information on the financial IT sector. Coverage spans the whole spectrum of financial technology, from security, data, regulation and compliance, to competitive analysis, organisational and business change. Each of these topics is also covered in depth through a global events portfolio. We also produce the curated editions Waters, Inside Market Data, Inside Reference Data, Buy-Side Technology and Sell-Side Technology.
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InsurancePost (est 1846)

Quite simply, InsurancePost is the most established, credible and continuous source of business-critical intelligence for the general insurance market. InsurancePost’s strength lies in the breadth and depth of its coverage across general insurance, brokers, claims, technology and risk management. Coverage of the broker market is supplemented by Insurance Age, which also runs the hugely successful Broker Expo series of exhibitions each year. The jewel in the crown of the Insurance portfolio is the British Insurance Awards, held annually at The Royal Albert Hall and attended by more than 2,000 people.
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