Broadridge Financial Solutions has introduced a change management service to help companies design target operating models that are compliant with Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR). The service provides a blueprint for front-to-back changes to overall architecture, organisational structure, business processes and location strategy. The company is also offering project management, business analysis and testing support to augment internal project teams. Broadridge says the time is now to define operating models to meet reporting deadlines and avoid increases in costs and operational risk. Firms must also resolve questions around areas such as data sources, exception management and reporting vendor services.
A-Team Insight Briefs
The importance of data standards and global identifiers continues to be emphasised by both capital markets participants and their regulators. But how much progress is actually being made in developing and implementing standards that will improve data quality for better business decisions, provide regulators with a clearer view of systemic risk, and ensure more stable...
CUNA Mutual Group, an insurance and financial services company working with cooperatives, credit unions, their members, and other customers worldwide, is following the industry trend of decreasing supplier numbers, moving to the cloud, and consolidating end-to-end solutions as it replaces its front-office trade management system. The company has selected IHS Markit to fulfil its need...
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) Breakfast Briefing, will examine how the capital markets industry is approaching FRTB data management and will look at the implications for the ways that firms source, manage and store data for FRTB compliance.
Welcome to the fifth edition of A-Team Group’s Entity Data Management Handbook, sponsored for the fourth year running by entity data specialist Bureau van Dijk, a Moody’s Analytics Company. The past year has seen a crackdown on corporate responsibility for financial crime – with financial firms facing draconian fines for non-compliance and the very real...