The markets have been on a very volatile ride in 2022, which makes low-latency data more crucial to the business. This broadcast brought on a veteran data leader from the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), who shared what the key markets challenges are, and how firms can leverage LSEG’s vast…
This animated video provides highlights from an exclusive survey from WatersTechnology, in association with SmartStream. It offers insights into why there should be opportunities for firms to extract more value from regulatory driven projects and realising cost efficiencies.
This white paper explores the processes surrounding liquidity management the regulation affecting liquidity thresholds. It examines the value of bringing liquidity systems and processes together to ensure all information impacting liquidity can be viewed in a single system.
This white paper discusses the current state of regulatory reporting systems and explores the different frameworks that can be used to help with the challenges organisations are facing.
This paper examines the current state of stress testing capabilities of banks, with a focus on key areas of weakness – and proposes how banks can address them with strategic investments in new capabilities.
This white paper explores why it is no longer a matter of if—but rather when and how—firms will exit the “business” of trade and transaction reporting.
This white paper will look at the factors affecting the rise in trade reporting costs, the biggest trade reporting challenges, impending rules and the future of trade reporting.
This white paper explores the current state of trade reporting and shows how growing costs, complexity and regulatory scrutiny are fueling a compelling business case for third-party managed solutions.
The global financial crisis and the aftermath that continues to unfold have created a justifiable obsession with stress among bankers and supervisors. The sharper focus has made stress testing a key component of the evolving global regulatory framework covering risk control and capital discipline.
Since the 2008 ‘financial crisis’, regulators in virtually every jurisdiction have significantly ‘upped the ante’ in terms of levels of disclosure, granularity, trace-ability and frequency of regulatory reporting requirements.