Swedish law firm, Advokatfirman Cederquist KB (“Cederquist”) today announces that it has entered into an agreement with Waymark Tech Ltd (“Waymark”) to use Waymark’s “Wayfinder” regulatory intelligence platform for regulatory research and horizon scanning.
Wayfinder provides innovative tools that make it easier to understand the regulatory landscape and to be informed immediately of new developments and announcements.
Cederquist will initially be deploying Wayfinder across its Financial Services practice with a focus on improved client service. Wayfinder’s deep and constantly updated database is complemented by easy and customisable search tools that speed up research and reduce response times.
Joel Aneheim, Senior Associate in the Financial Regulation team, said
“Wayfinder offers a new way to monitor the increasingly complex financial regulatory landscape. Cederquist strives to be an innovative and leading firm when it comes to using technology for the delivery of its services and with Wayfinder we will be better able to serve our clients’ regulatory needs.”
Mark Holmes, Founder & CEO of Waymark, said
“We are proud to welcome Cederquist into our growing list of law firm users. As our first Swedish legal client we’ve welcomed the chance to expand Wayfinder’s linguistic and geographic coverage and achieved this enhanced coverage quickly to ensure a fast start for the team at Cederquist.”
Waymark Tech is a UK-based RegTech firm that provides global regulatory horizon scanning, insight, workflow, and analytics to public and private sector organisations. Driven by a combination of innovative technology, AI, Machine Learning and human expertise, Waymark’s award-winning natural language processing capabilities are used by a range of institutions and professional services firms. Read more about Waymark at www.waymark.tech.
Cederquist is a top-ranked independent Swedish business law firm, regarded as one of the leading law firms on the Swedish market. Cederquist offers full service from its office in Stockholm and provides clients with specialist expertise within most areas of business law. The firm consists of more than 100 lawyers and is organised as a true partnership with cross-sectional practice groups uniquely positioned to consistently provide clients with the best-suited team for each and every matter.