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Polymath Consulting launches new free database of organisation that can support companies become regulated across the EEA.

With the increasing uncertainty around passporting of licences many regulated UK based companies are starting to consider their options.  One of the key challenges they face after deciding which market to get regulated in is to identify who can assist them with the process.

Polymath Consulting is pleased to launch this totally FREE service to both providers and those looking to find companies.  We are today launching the new micro-site and inviting companies that provide support to organisations becoming licenced to enter their details in the database – there is no charge to submit details onto the database.

In April when the site goes live to those searching for support services they will be able to find companies that can support in becoming regulated by market; no registration to search will be required.

David Parker, CEO of Polymath Consulting commented: “We already offer the e-money industry a free processor database and Fee Simulator.  We see this new free database as another way we are supporting the e-money sector in these times of uncertainty.  The new database is found on our website at www.polymathconsulting.com under ‘Get Regulated’ ”.

Contact Details:

David Parker


+44 (0) 7712079307

About Polymath:

Founded in 2005, head office in the UK Polymath Consulting are a provider of niche consulting services to the financial services industry and brands looking at becoming involved in financial services.  Polymath Consulting has in the past worked across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.  With the explosive growth of e-money and  emerging payments in many new and emerging markets we have recently started to undertake a number of projects that have included the Asia, Australia and North a & South America.

We don’t believe in the ‘bench’ system where consultants are allocated based on ‘who is free’.  Projects are first scoped with a client to understand their needs and then a bespoke team is built around these.

Whilst the core of the team may remain the same throughout a project different ‘Subject Matter Experts’ from our extensive roster of practitioners may be involved at various stages.  We believe this provides our clients with a highly cost effective solution of senior experience, when and where it is required, but more importantly with real market knowledge and expertise to add value.

We have to date delivered over 150 projects, and helped launch projects in over a dozen countries.


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