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all your data reporting requirements

using standardised, programmable rules

Financial Institutions

Automate and control how you process all your trade data across the transaction lifecycle

Trade Associations

Build the data and processing standards to support your industry’s digitisation

Regulators

Strengthen markets’ safety and transparency by streamlining how your regulated firms comply

Market Infrastructure

Build, deploy and integrate new trade processing applications and services, at speed and at scale

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Digital Regulatory Reporting

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Digital Regulatory Reporting

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Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) is a global industry-led program to mutualise the cost of interpreting and complying with reporting requirements.
DRR participants are collaborating on Rosetta to build an open source, standardised and machine-executable interpretation of the rules – a digital “best practice” that firms can directly plug into their reporting systems.
DRR targets the upcoming trade & transactions reporting regime changes being implemented across the G-20, with an initial focus on the CFTC Rewrite (US) and EMIR Refit (EU) requirements.

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Digital Regulatory Reporting: The Roadmap to Implementation

Digital Regulatory Reporting: The Roadmap to Implementation

Regulatory reporting requirements continue to evolve – but advances in technology and industry-wide efforts to standardise have put firms in a better position now than ever before to manage the burden.  In theory, collaboration between industry members could...

REGnosys features in new ISDA report on Digital Regulatory Reporting

REGnosys features in new ISDA report on Digital Regulatory Reporting

“Digital Regulatory Reporting-related initiatives have collectively demonstrated the potential to improve the regulatory reporting process, enabling it to be more efficient, accurate and timely, and less costly,” according to a new paper on DRR from ISDA. The paper...