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Bank of China Selects Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX for Australian Regulatory Reporting

Bank of China has chosen Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX for Regulatory Reporting to provide its regulatory reporting calculation and submission software for its operations in Australia. OneSumX for Regulatory Reporting is set up to use a single source of data to ensure consistency, reconciliation and accuracy and includes Wolters Kluwer’s Regulatory Update Service, which actively monitors regulation across 30 jurisdictions.

“We have commenced working on the implementation quickly to meet the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority’s Economic and Financial Statistical Reporting (EFS) Phase 1,” confirmed Felix Lin, Senior Manager of Bank of China’s Sydney Branch.

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