Risk, Regulatory and Compliance
Our Risk, Regulatory and Compliance service delivers expertise to analyse your business requirements and provide the latest regulatory guidance on effective implementation.
Vendor & Product Services
MThree provide practical insight and delivery services for the implementation and development of a range of vendor products, including reference data tools and integrated trading and risk management platforms.
MThree’s Advisory Services are bespoke to each client and situation. Our specialist consultants will help to solve some of your most difficult technology and business challenges.
Our experts will help you navigate the Blockchain ecosystem with our Blockchain service. You can rely on our global consultant network to quickly scale up your POCs and projects. Find Graduate Blockchain talent via our Alumni Development Programme.
Market Data & Connectivity
Our Market Data experience is vast with our SMEs possessing several decades of experience. We can both save you money on your existing spend and also put controls in place to prevent future unnecessary/ unwarranted spending
5 January 2018
2018 Financial Technology Outlook
What will be the primary drivers of professional life in 2018? And what will we all be talking about? When it comes to financial services, I can foresee two areas of excitement: (i) the application...
11 December 2017
MThree Consulting announce partnershi...
MThree Consulting are pleased to announce a partnership with Murex, a global leader in trading, risk and post-trade technology solutions for capital markets. Through this partnership agreement, we ...
22 September 2017
MThree Consulting awarded Crown Comme...
Crown Commercial Service Supplier MThree are pleased to announce acceptance as supplier to the Crown Commercial Service. All existing MThree Consulting services are now available through the framew...
26 June 2017
MThree Diversity Network - Event Summary
15 June 2017
Johannesburg FRTB Breakfast Briefing
15 May 2017
Why the ‘WannaCrypt’ attack works so well: the insidious threat of ‘technology debt’