Regulatory Reporting: New Challenges and Technology Themes

This is the first in a series of Point of View articles, written in collaboration with Regnology, exploring the evolution of regulatory reporting technology and the context in which it is transforming. This comprehensive document provides valuable insights into the latest trends and themes in the market, as well as the challenges that enterprises face in ensuring effective reporting.

As a leading provider of research and analysis on the global market for risk technology, Chartis Research has identified several important trends in regulatory reporting. For example, integration and data strategies are being shared between risk and finance departments, with a core focus on building and implementing risk and finance data warehouses/lakes based on high-quality, dedicated datasets reconciled with financial statements.

This report also explores how technology can help address some of the key challenges facing enterprises in regulatory reporting – from automating manual processes to improving data quality and accuracy – helping to streamline regulatory reporting processes and reduce costs.

With detailed analysis and actionable advice, this report – and the others in this series – provide an essential resource for anyone involved in regulatory reporting or risk management.

If you’re interested in learning more about these topics, we invite you to sign up for free to download the full report.

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