RegTek.Solutions recognized as a leading industry provider by FinTech Global

New York & London: RegTek.Solutions, the market-leading control and compliance software provider for global trade and transaction reporting, is pleased to announce the company’s inclusion in the latest edition of the RegTech100, known as the directory of the ‘world’s most innovative providers of technology solutions that address the challenges and opportunities of dealing with regulatory […]


Article: “What a year: MiFID II/MiFIR, EMIR RTS, SFTR and SEC SBS”

The most recent edition of the Journal of Securities Operations & Custody (Volume 9 Number 4) features an article by Lloyd Altman entitled “What a year: MiFID II/MiFIR, EMIR RTS, SFTR and SEC SBS”.  Opening by paraphrasing Heraclitus, “Change is the only constant”, the article focuses on Europe and the US, going into detail regarding all of […]


Regulatory Reg Tech Makeover – Andy Green quoted in TR Article

The March 13, 2017 Thomson Reuters ACCELUS article by Rachel Woolcot entitled “Regulatory reporting gets regtech makeover; complexity and costs prompts firms to rethink approach” focuses on how technology companies are preparing a new generation of smarter regulatory reporting tools. In the article, Andy Green, RegTek Solutions Global Head of Business Development, is quoted as […]


Press Release: Compliance risk reduced by new reporting eligibility service from Risk Focus

6 September 2016, London & New York – Risk Focus, Inc., the leading provider of control and compliance solutions for regulatory trade and transaction reporting to the global capital markets, today announced the first implementation of Reportable.Trade. The trade reporting eligibility service allows banks to comply with the regulators’ trade reporting requirements and to avoid […]

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SFTR – The Repurchase of EMIR – by Alan McIntyre

For our colleagues whose day to day work involves such instruments as Repo’s, Reverse Repos, Margin Lending and so forth, ESMA’s March 2016 discussion paper on the draft RTS for SFTR (187 pages of draft requirements!) may well seem like a new paradigm. For those of us familiar with EMIR reporting the same pages seemed […]