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Financial Institutions Turn to AI and Cloud to Solve Data Challenges

Financial institutions are undergoing digital transformations that are seeing them harness the full potential of the huge volumes of data they generate. Importantly, to do that they are deploying the technologies that are already defining our era – artificial intelligence (AI) and the cloud. From streamlining back-office processes to informing front-office decision making, and from…

Regulatory Data Handbook 2023 – Eleventh Edition

Welcome to the eleventh edition of A-Team Group’s Regulatory Data Handbook, a popular publication that covers new regulations in capital markets, tracks regulatory change, and provides advice on the data, data management and implementation requirements of more than 30 regulations across UK, European, US and Asia-Pacific capital markets. This edition of the handbook includes new…

EMIR Refit is on the Horizon – Is Your Organisation Ready? Find Out at Next Week’s RegTech Summit London

European Market Infrastructure Regulation Refit (EMIR Refit) is on the horizon with new reporting standards including more reporting fields, a change in reporting format from CSV to XML, an increase in the number of trading repository reconciliation fields for pairing a matching, and mandatory use of the Unique Product Identifier (UPI), which moves into production…

Recorded Webinar: Best practices for eComms and multi-channel surveillance

Surveillance of multi-channel communications is a moving target as financial institutions continue to add conversational streams, in many cases mobile applications previously banned from the trading environment. With more eComms channels comes more data that must be managed, retained, and ready for regulatory compliance. For many firms, the changing shape of surveillance is a complex…

TS Imagine Partners with eflow to Add Surveillance Capabilities

Trading and risk management platform provider TS Imagine has forged a partnership with eflow, a provider of regulatory compliance solutions, that aims to help mutual clients both to meet their regulatory obligations and to safeguard against market abuse through communications monitoring. According to Alex Carteau, head of corporate development at TS Imagine, “This partnership bolsters our…

FinTech Veterans Create Data, Technology and Services ‘Ecosystem’ to Solve Regulatory Challenges

The battery of ESG and financial regulations introduced in the past few years – and the future rules already in an advanced state of preparation – are weighing on institutions as the threat of censure for breaches increases. But a team of FinTech specialists has come up with a novel approach to helping all parties,…

Regulatory Reporting Handbook – First Edition

Welcome to the inaugural edition of A-Team Group’s Regulatory Reporting Handbook, a comprehensive guide to reporting obligations that must be fulfilled by financial institutions on a global basis. The handbook reviews not only the current state of play within the regulatory reporting space, but also looks ahead to identify how institutions should be preparing for…

Building Trust in AI: An Imperative for Widespread Adoption

By Anshuman Prasad, Global Head of Risk Analytics, CRISIL. As large language models (LLMs) continue to surprise there is a clamour to adopt AI in a more meaningful fashion across the financial services sector, where machine learning was previously accessible only in rarefied tech or quant circles. From algorithmic trading to predictive analytics and chatbots,…

AML Controls in the UK, Challenges of Non-Fungible Tokens, Potential Solutions

Chris Bourne, compliance expert in AML, CTF, KYC and KYB, Northrow. The UK has long prided itself on its robust Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation and its commitment to combatting financial crime. However, as criminals continually evolve their tactics, it is crucial to assess the effectiveness of AML controls in the UK and their future suitability…

Moody’s Analytics Wins Contract to Fight Financial Crime in European Union

Moody’s Analytics has won a framework contract worth up to €34 million from the European Commission to strengthen its anti-fraud, money laundering and financial crime effort. The four-year contract will be managed by the Commission’s European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and will use the Orbis database operated by Bueau van Dijk, a Moody’s Analytics subsidiary, to…