Tagged: regulatory reporting

Enhanced Transaction Reporting Services to be Offered via Euronext and Qomply Partnership

Qomply, an established transaction reporting company, and Euronext, the pan-European market infrastructure provider, have confirmed a connectivity partnership that aims to provide an enhanced transaction reporting service for industry participants. By connecting services, Qomply and Euronext will offer customers with a simple and straightforward solution… Read More

Broadridge Announces Expansion of European Fund Regulatory Reporting Capability; Launches Portfolio Transaction Cost Calculation Service

  U.S.-based fintech Broadridge Financial Solutions (NYSE:BR) announced on Monday the expansion of its European fund regulatory reporting solution with the integration of transaction cost calculation services from financial products, trading, and market-making services provider Virtu Financial (NASDAQ: VIRT).   “The Broadridge and Virtu offering will provide… Read More

UK Financial Conduct Authority Confirms that 50% of Firms are Now Using RegData for Regulatory Reporting

Approximately half or 50% of companies that have previously submitted their regulatory reporting on the UK Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Gabriel systems are now using RegData, the regulator recently confirmed. According to the FCA, RegData is central or key to their overall data strategy which… Read More

Fintech Firms Launch Operations without Understanding Complex Regulatory Requirements, and Fail to Meet Compliance Standards, Industry Exec Explains

Matthew Unger, CEO at Vancouver, Canada-based iComply Investor Services Inc, a global compliance platform for digital finance, reveals that updated regulations for strong client authentication and transaction monitoring now require Fintech companies to manage many complex tools. He points out in an Op-Ed on Finance… Read More

Jay Nair: Senior VP at Infosys Explains how Financial Services Providers are Adopting Digital Transformation Strategies Due to COVID-19

We recently caught up with Jay Nair, Senior Vice President of Financial Services at Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in digital services and consulting. The company has clients in 45 countries who use its services to develop their digital transformation strategies. The firm has… Read More

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