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RegTech data crossroads: Prudential ‘top down’ and transactional ‘bottom up’ alignment

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About the Session

Regulators are asking firms to raise the standard of regulatory returns to the same care and diligence given to financial reports and Basel IV is on its way. In parallel, Europe is redesigning its reporting system. Can ‘bottom up’ and ‘top down’ reporting methods align to a common view of what good looks like?

Regulatory Challenges
  • Bank of Italy – Connecting the dots of the international debate on the standardization and granularity of regulatory data  here
  • ECB Integrated Reporting Framework here
  • UK TDC data standards recommendations and BoE response here
  • BCBS Progress in adopting 239 here
  • EC common dictionary paper and conference here
  • ESMA / US FDTA 5 year data plan here
  • BIRD Logical Data Model release 6.1
  • Data Point Model 2.0 (ISO 5116 )  here
  • UK Transforming Data Collection here
  • Basel 3.1 capital standards and Basel IV
  • BoE CP16/22 here
  • EBA 430C: feasibility report on the integrated reporting system here
  • BoE CP4/23 Strong and Simple here PRA mansion house speech here
  • IMF working paper on challenges faced by supervisors
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • JWG analysis: EU and US data strategies here 
  • Basel IV data modernization here
  • Dear CEO regulatory reporting
  • BaFin/ Bundesbank ‘reporting system for the future’ here
  • Industry protocols for interpreting requirements (DRR)
  • Common domain models to digitize the trade lifecycle (CDM here)