Our GRC Platform, GRC-Maestro, allows firms to manage their Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements on a single, low cost, system.


GRC-Maestro is built to support the Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements of all firms, regardless of size, location or industry.

We want all regulated firms to have access to the best GRC software without the complexity or cost of multiple systems.


GRC-Maestro is built to support the Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements of multiple firms which means the costs are shared and minimized.

Maintaining GRC controls and proving compliance are legal and regulatory requirements, but they don’t have to be costly.


GRC-Maestro is deployed on the super secure Microsoft Cloud.

There is no software to install, no hardware requirements, no expensive consulting or technical expertise, just login and you are good to go.

Enhancements to the GRC-Maestro platform are seamlessly rolled out with no down-time or user upgrades required.

If you need to prove compliance with statutory, regulatory and contractual obligations then you have to use technology!

Our Vision

We want to provide the best platform for regulated financial services firms to achieve their Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements.

After 25 years in financial services we realised that most Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements are “generic”, they require information to be recorded, checked, exceptions flagged. The exceptions have to be investigated, resolved and reported.

Our Platform: GRC-Maestro

We built our GRC-Maestro platform to offer regulated firms a single, powerful and flexible system for monitoring, managing and reporting on their Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements

GRC-Maestro is a cost-efficient platform which natively supports regulated firms Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements.

Governance, Risk & Compliance Requirements

With 25 years’ experience in financial services we have found that most Governance, Risk & Compliance requirements are generic:

  1. Record – data must be recorded and checked for exceptions
  2. Investigate – exceptions must be investigated and true positives identified
  3. Escalate – relevant management must be informed of material exceptions
  4. Resolve – true positives must be resolved and remedial action taken
  5. Report – periodic status reports must be circulated to relevant managers

GRC Focused

Our sole focus is on delivering Governance, Risk & Compliance solutions on our GRC-Maestro platform.

Regulated financial service firms have a business requirement to prove their compliance with statutory laws, regulatory rules and their contractual obligations.

Each firm wants to achieve their Governance, Risk & Compliance obligations in the most cost-efficient manner.

GRC-Maestro ensures firms can get compliant, stay compliant and prove their compliance with the minimal business disruption.


The co-founders of Dynamic-GRC first met in Tokyo, then worked together in Hong Kong and London before launching Dynamic-GRC in Ireland and incorporating in Singapore.

The GRC-Maestro platform was designed in Australia and built in New Zealand. We are international!!

Adrian Pay

Business Development Officer

Adrian is a UK qualified Chartered Accountant. After qualifying, Adrian worked on projects with Standard Chartered, TSB and JP Morgan in London before joining Robert Fleming.

At Robert Fleming Adrian joined Internal Audit and moved to Group Compliance where he undertook a wide range of special projects and regulatory monitoring for investment management and securities trading.

Adrian was seconded to Jardine Fleming in Hong Kong, where he continued working on special projects, monitoring and giving regulatory training.

In 1999 Adrian co-founded LatentZero, a leading buy-side trading and compliance software company headquartered in London. In 2006 Adrian founded GRC-Systems Pte. Ltd. in Singapore which evolved beyond software development into an investor in technology that can revolutionise the way we live and work.

Kevin English

Chief Technical Officer

Kevin is an experienced technologist with a strong business focus built up working on financial technology projects throughout Asia, Europe and Australia.

From university Kevin joined Fusion Systems in Japan where he worked in the Capital Markets Division on the FSJ Order Execution System (FOX) which was used by several major international banks in Asia.

Kevin joined LatentZero, a leading buy-side trading and compliance software company headquartered in London, as a Software Architect & Development Manager for their high performance trading system.

More recently, Kevin worked with Citi as IT Equities AsiaPac Electronic Connectivity Manager and project managed the development and implementation of systems on both the buy-side and sell-sides.