Deliver vital cost-effective information to your team

Risk.net Corporate Subscriptions cater to firms of all sizes, from smaller boutique firms right through to large global banks.

The key advantage of a Corporate Subscription is its flexibility. They are completely bespoke, meaning we can offer a purely digital solution or incorporate an element of print depending on how your team prefers to consume content. The number of users included is also entirely up to you – and the more you add, the lower the cost per user becomes.

 

A Corporate Subscription will also streamline your purchasing process by providing just one single bill for all your users – which in turn means you will incur lower administrative costs.

Register your interest

Simply leave your details (including your phone number) and one of our dedicated corporate account managers will get in touch to arrange an exploratory call or product demonstration.

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Our Risk.net Corporate Subscription informs what we do as a business and guarantees our ability to comply with ever-changing regulation.

CIO, Citi

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My team uses Risk.net because we often have to access information relating to regulatory change and complex financial products.

Manager, Large Exposure Reporting, RBS

What will your team get?

The Risk.net archive contains over 53,000 articles on risk management, derivatives and regulation. A Corporate Subscription will allow all your team to benefit from this – every article and analysis piece on every regulation can be searched and clipped, ensuring that you and your team will always be compliant in the rapidly shifting landscape. In addition to this, you’ll also get:

A dedicated Account Manager

on hand to answer any queries.

Cost savings on associated products

including events, books and training courses.

Account analytics

to understand how your team is using Risk.net.

Case Study – A Global Investment Bank

Two years ago this Investment Bank had more than 100 individual subscribers to Risk.net. The administrative costs of creating and maintaining these agreements was far from ideal, and nor was the fact that the bank couldn’t see how the subscriptions were being used. In addition, they realised it was essential that their employees were able to learn and develop, not to mention keep the bank compliant, in a period of unprecedented market and regulatory change. They knew that many more employees could benefit from Risk.net, but the costs of maintaining hundreds of individual subscriptions were prohibitive.

The solution to all of these issues was to switch to a Corporate Subscription.

What improvements did the Corporate Subscription make?

The Corporate Subscription amalgamated all 100+ subscriptions into a single contract, and also opened up Risk.net access to every single employee across the globe at this forward thinking bank. Administrative costs were drastically reduced overnight, and all employees now had access to a unique information resource that was previously available to just a select group.

In addition to the obvious learning and development benefits this provided, the Corporate Subscription also saved the Bank a lot of money. If all their regular users had been set up with their own individual contracts, it would have cost an additional £300,000 every year – and that’s without accounting for the administrative costs of maintaining so many individual contracts!

The Corporate Subscription also allowed the bank to see exactly how their employees were using Risk.net. This was the icing on the cake, as it gave them a clear understanding of the site’s value. They could see not only how much information was being consumed, but also what sort of topics and content their employees were really interested in. This was critical as the access was global and being pushed by the learning and development team, so they could easily identify pockets of users who were keeping up to date with the latest thinking around regulatory change, as well as those who weren’t.

How many Risk.net users do the bank have today?

Today the bank has over 600 users who are consuming Risk.net content regularly throughout the month. There are also a significant tranche of users – primarily in research and analytical functions – who come in and use the site heavily as and when their job role dictates. The bank clearly derives significant value from the fact that all employees can now consume content in the way they prefer, something they wouldn’t have historically been able to do because of the price of an individual subscription.

What do their users think?

Another key benefit of a Corporate Subscription is that we employ a team of customer service and engagement staff, to ensure that your users are getting the most out of their subscription. As part of this process, we regularly source feedback from users. Here’s what just some of the users at this global bank had to say:

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I use Risk.net to keep up with the latest developments in the industry – particularly around general regulatory change.

Analyst
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I use Risk.net to keep up with the latest industry developments.

Vice President, FX ecommerce sales
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I use it to be aware of changes in the regulatory environment.

Portfolio Manager
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I cover regulation and want to stay up-to-date with the latest changes and opinion editorials.

Head of Integration

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Average rating when asked how likely they’d be to recommend Risk.net to a colleague

Access our content in the format that suits you

Corporate Subscriptions are completely bespoke to your needs – meaning you can decide how your team is able to access our content. We offer a variety of formats:

Online

On your computer, tablet or mobile.

Apps

We offer 12 options on both iOS and Android.

Email

Choose from 20+ alerts on a range of topics.

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Print

We produce a range of magazines and journals.

Already on board…

We have a long list of Corporate Subscribers, including amongst others:

FAQs

How much does a Corporate Subscription cost?
There isn’t a set price for a Corporate Subscription as we take many things into consideration – generally the number of users, how many different products you need to access, and which delivery methods you prefer to receive the content. If you have multiple users that require access, then a Corporate Subscription is definitely the most cost-effective approach for you.
Is there any limit to the number of users that can be included in a Corporate Subscription?
No, a Corporate Subscription can consist of as many users as you like. We have small contracts with companies for 3 users, whilst others have agreed worldwide access for all their employees.
Can a Corporate Subscription span multiple offices?
Yes it can – there’s no limit to how many of your offices can be incorporated into an agreement. All we’ll need to know are which offices you want to include, and who the users are within them.
Can we set up automatic access for our employees via our IP range?

Technically this is possible however we increasingly find our clients are moving away from this approach for two main reasons.

Firstly, IP access means your employees can only access our content when they are in the confines of the office environment. IP-only access users miss out on all of our email alerts, our responsive sites, our content apps, and the ability to access the content wherever they are in the world (even offline) via the Risk.net live app.

Secondly, as the buyer, you will lose one of the key benefits of a Corporate Subscription, namely the ability to track the analytics on your account as IP accounts merge all usage into one.

Register your interest

No matter how big or small your team, we are always happy to talk through your needs to find the package best suited to your company.  Simply leave your contact details (including your phone number) and one of our dedicated corporate account managers will get in touch to arrange an exploratory call or product demonstration.

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