Session Details
Next Generation Digital Regulatory Reporting

Presenting Speakers

This content has been restricted to logged in users only. Please login to view this content.

About the Session

Regulators have set their sights on more granular, higher quality data. Massive data fines, Dear CEO letters and even a cease and desist order has triggered a hard look upgrades to firms’ data strategies as BCBS 239 and TRIM seem like last decade’s news. In response, firms are starting to collaborate on new, digital models which enable them to reach better consensus on what ‘good data looks like’ and adapt their internal infrastructure. What have we learned from RegTech and SupTech efforts to date and how will banks and supervisory reporting strategies need to change in real time to meet the next wave of reporting obligations on our doorstep?

Regulatory Challenges
  • PRA Thematic findings on the reliability of regulatory reporting here
  • Citigroup cease and desist orders here
  • BIS From data reporting to data-sharing: how far can SupTech and other innovations challenge the status quo of regulatory reporting? here
  • EC supervisory data strategy here
  • EBA 430C: feasibility on integrated reporting here
  • Global dictionary challenges: CPMI/IOSCO, ECB BIRD, Bana d ‘Italia PUMA and APRA connect
  • JWG  and Bank of England data collection findings and 2021 global DRR action plan materials
  • JWG research: RRDS 27 Core Sup/RegTech reporting infrastructure minutes
  • JWG DRR and RRDS progress update here
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • 10 September PRA Dear CEO letter here
  • DRTF task force here
  • EMIR Supervisory measures and Penalties here
  • Global derivatives digital regulatory reporting here 
  • DRR – tipping point 2021 here
  • BIS FSI Insights on policy implementation No 29 From data reporting to data sharing here