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Implementation of reporting requirements (EMIR)

About This Project

Implementation of reporting requirements for a global trade repository under EMIR regulations for a german Landesbank

Project Scope:

  • Implementation of regulatory requirements regarding any kind of derivative deals that have to be reported to a global trade repository under the EMIR regulation. This demanded the following activities:
    • Technical analysis of the regulatory reporting obligations
    • Mapping of necessary infomation out of the front office systems via diverse interfaces to a global trade repository
    • Definition and reconcilement of new processes in different departments like sales, trading and back office

Project Results:

  • The regulatory requirements cause the following implementations:
    • Adjustments in front and back office systems for new information and new logic
    • Implementation and integration of a new middleware into the current systemical architecture which enclose complex logic for editing raw data
    • Installation and upgrading diverse interfaces from front office systems via the middleware delivering the edited data to the reporting software solution which supports the reporting compliant to EMIR regulatory
    • Adoption of Abacus/TR as the reporting software solution
    • Redesign of current processes and organisation

Customer Value:

  • The deadline for the reporting obligation to a global trade repository could be met successfully
  • The bank‘s reputation to customers could be strengthened because of delivering high data quality of the reporting data

Category
Reporting & Supervision