- Burton-Taylor data indicates Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Know-Your-Customer (KYC) data fastest growing
- Credit Risk information largest segment, Experian biggest player, Fraud Prevention data gaining momentum
Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a recognized leader in information industry market research, strategy and business consulting, is pleased to announce the publication of their new report showing the 2013 global spend for risk & compliance data/analysis was up 5.81% versus 2012, reaching USD18.74 billion. The Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Know-Your-Customer (KYC) segment, at USD271.7m and Fraud Prevention segment, at USD1.99b, are the fastest growing, with five-year CAGRs of 19.91% and 16.67% respectively.
The 92-page Burton-Taylor Risk & Compliance Data/Analysis Global Share & Segment Sizing 2014 - Key Competitors, Global Market Share 2009-13, Global Segment Sizing 2009-13 report shows Experian as the overall market and Credit Risk segment leader at USD3.51b, while Verisk Analytics lead the Insurance Risk and Fraud Prevention segments, and Thomson Reuters lead the Financial Markets Risk & Compliance and AML/KYC segments.
The report also shows that Verisk Analytics has shown the greatest share shift among top vendors, going from 7.26% in 2009 to 9.17% in 2013. Overall, market growth has been widely spread, as established and emerging providers have enjoyed significant revenue increases.
“Because our financial market data/analysis reports and market share figures have become industry standards, clients and market participants encouraged B-T to expand our breadth of coverage,” says Douglas B. Taylor, Managing Partner of Burton-Taylor. “After the great success of our Public Relations Information & Software report last year, which has become a market benchmark, we are excited to turn our attention to detail and unique analytic capabilities toward the Risk & Compliance Data/Analysis space to create a valuable standard for this important, growing industry”.
“Pulling detailed demand and share information together, from as diverse a group of competitors as Experian, Equifax, Verisk, LexisNexis, TransUnion, FICO, CRIF, Wolters Kluwer, CoreLogic and many others, across such a varied set of market segments, was s significant challenge”, says report contributor Chris Porter, Director at Porter Walford Consulting. “There’s been a real demand for better and more accurate information about this critical, risk-related and highly-regulated space, and we’re pleased to be the first to meet that demand.”