Queen's Award winning consultancy Catalyst have published detailed research to help clients make sense of a confused market and select the best Trade & Transaction Reporting vendor solution for their business.
Banks’ operations and financial buoyancy are already under threat from the increasing weight and pace of regulation. Now, with the imminent arrival of MiFID II, Middle Office operations teams are fast realising they lack the capacity to meet real-time equity trade reporting requirements.
Solutions are urgently required to allow banks to focus on core revenue generation while adequately addressing regulatory demands. Failure to build the capacity necessary to comply is not an option. Yet the market offers a confusing picture: solutions vary wildly, making vendors hard to compare and the best fit for your firm almost impossible to assess.
Catalyst's extensive market study gives a clear, complete picture of both existing and latest solutions, based on a market-wide analysis and robust research and ROI criteria. Vendors across the trade and transaction reporting value chain have been asked to participate in order to provide a one-stop assessment of the strengths and specialities of different solutions.
Catalyst analyse in detail which solutions offer the best operational efficiencies and cost savings in different circumstances.
Catalyst's research compares solutions, highlighting those vendors we believe are offering sufficiently specialised solutions to address firms’ differing needs, ranging from IT hosted solutions through to business process outsourcing and full managed services utilities.
Catalyst's results rank the top Trade & Transaction Reporting solution providers by key metrics including
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