Ulatus’ financial sector localization services provide a wealth of critical translation and linguistic services to companies operating in all realms of finance. Whether investment or commercial banking, asset management, insurance, or beyond, we are proud to offer you services geared towards expanding the reach of your business to the entire globe.
The international, 24x7 reach of the financial sector means that business and opportunities are crossing borders and presenting themselves in multiple languages with more frequency than ever before. Being restricted to a single language limits everything from your potential client base to the ability to manage personnel in other territories.
Additional Services we cover
Discipline specific specialized translators
In-country, customized linguistic teams with subject matter expertise in International Regulatory Authority
Built-in proprietary technology for accurate translation
In-house team of 150+ native English editors and Bilingual experts
Measurable analytics to prove best quality-to-cost option on the market
ISO 17100:2015 certified - Requirements For Translation Services
Working knowledge of multiple CAT tools including proprietary for purposes of optimizing our clients' leveraged content, ensuring quality consistency and reducing costs.
Dedicated Global Project Team providing 24*7 support and a true "Customer Experience"
Clients & Testimonials
I have been using Ulatus services regularly for some time now and their quality of work is really good. The style and accuracy with which they translated my various documents was exactly what I expected it to be. I am really impressed with their team who worked closely with me to translate our vision into reality.Desiree Lui, Abbott Informatics Asia Pacific Ltd.
When we approached Ulatus, we initially asked for literal translation. But when the authors reviewed the translation style, they wanted the text to be more fluent. So right in the middle of the project, Ulatus changed the style from literal to paraphrasing. We are so thankful to Ulatus for accommodating this change.Dr. Makoto Inoue, University Of Tokyo Press