CMS has been selected as the organisation exhibiting the best provision of know-how for its initiative RegZone, an online research and content aggregation tool that provides clients with updates on European financial institution regulations. The RegZone platform displays both technical sophistication, with filters that enable users to receive content most relevant to their business interests, and a user-friendly interface. RegZone provides a valuable service to 50% of CMS’s client base, given the difficulty of staying abreast of emerging financial regulations. CMS has procured a sizable subscriber base and demonstrates positive feedback from multiple clients.
Winner's quote: "Winning the MPF award for best provision of know-how is a very proud moment for CMS and the RegZone team. RegZone is a specialist website for financial services regulation and this award recognises the quality of content, the innovative tools and the eAlert service that delivers tailored know-how to its subscribers. The award provides market recognition for RegZone and we are delighted to be the winners this year." Jenny Hallatt, Senior Client Communications Manager
From left: Marcus Brigstocke, Nick Paul & Nicky Jeffery (CMS) and Miles McGoun (Manzama)
Bird & Bird has been selected as the runner-up organisation for best provision of know-how for the customised contract law seminars it has delivered to over 5,600 participants. A mature initiative in its eighth year, the Contract Foundations Project features intimate, tailored seminars delivered in person by project leader Andrew White. The initiative benefits clients across industries and business sectors, offering content developed by the Solutions Lab, an in-house knowledge database that crystallises firm expertise. By fostering intimacy with clients, the initiative supports management commitment to excellent client service.