As firms embark on their SFTR programmes, Chris Cornish, SFTR SME and Senior Business Analyst Consultant at RegTek.Solutions, explores some of the key considerations and factors for success.
Deal or no deal, the FCA and the other UK and EU regulators have a considerable job on their hands to ensure reporting data keeps flowing post-Brexit. Alan McIntyre, Senior BA and Industry Relations Lead at RegTek.Solutions, looks at the latest Consultation Paper on changes to the FCA handbook.
Financial IT – RegTek.Solutions & SmartStream offer agile approach to tackling transaction reporting requirements
Darryl Twiggs, SVP Strategic Initiatives at SmartStream and Brian Lynch, CEO of RegTek.Solutions featured Financial IT magazine, giving a detailed outline of our joint trade and transaction reporting accuracy solution.
RegTek.Solutions & Optimity Advisors bring Regulatory Reporting Data to life through analytics partnership
Pairing RegTek.Solutions’ actionable regulatory intelligence and proven compliance technology with a dynamic user experience developed by Optimity, clients can benefit from unprecedented levels of transparency and regulatory oversight.
RegTek Solutions and SmartStream Join to Offer Independent, Turnkey Reconciliation Solutions for Global Regulatory Reporting
SmartStream and RegTek Solutions join to offer independent, turnkey reconciliation solutions for global regulatory reporting.
RegTek.Solutions is proud to add UBS into its group of Global Swaps Dealers that license Validate.Trade for Trade Reporting Data Quality Surveillance.
Guidance on MiFID II’s reporting requirements have been public for quite some time, with strict requirements. How will this balance with today’s ‘best efforts’ regime. Both Regulators and Firms face a balancing act.
The EMSA recommendation of a one-year delay to MiFID compliance has done little to stem the ongoing flood of concern about trade reporting. While attendees at two key London conferences in December agreed that while project delays at their firms are likely, it was accepted that the regulatory programme would inevitably move forward.