AxiomSL

Leveraging more than 25 years’ experience, AxiomSL combines its deep industry experience and intelligent data-management platform to deliver solutions and services around regulatory and risk reporting, liquidity, capital and credit, operations, trade and transactions, and tax analytics.

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XP Inc. Selects AxiomSL To Automate Risk and Regulatory Reporting

15th October 2020

AxiomSL, the industry’s leading provider of risk and regulatory reporting solutions, today announced an agreement with XP Inc. (Nasdaq: XP), a leading, technology-driven financial services platform and a trusted provider of low-fee financial products and services in Brazil, to implement AxiomSL’s reporting solutions to meet Central Bank of...
Are The Complexities Of IFR To Investment Firms As Kryptonite Is To Superman?

13th October 2020

Even though investment firms have different primary business models and risk profiles as opposed to lending institutions, to date, for regulatory purposes many have been considered credit institutions and accordingly report under CRR. The IFR regime, seeks to create a regulation with requirements that are proportionate to the size of the firms...
AxiomSL In The Lead To Provide A Solution For IFR Regulatory Requirements

8th October 2020

AxiomSL today announces a solution to address the new EU requirements defined in the Investment Firms Regulation (IFR) and Investment Firms Directive (IFD), followed by the U.K. requirements from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) that have yet to be finalized. AxiomSL’s IFR/IFD solution will enable investment firms to address this...
VP Bank Selects AxiomSL to Meet Risk and Regulatory Reporting Requirements

8th October 2020

AxiomSL today announces that VP Bank, one of the largest banks in Liechtenstein, has selected AxiomSL’s ControllerView® data integrity and control platform, as a foundation for its risk and regulatory compliance across Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Singapore and Switzerland, – encompassing financial and statistical reporting such as CSSF, ...
Big Data Technology For Regulatory Reporting Is Getting Lots of Publicity

7th September 2020

Organizations must assess Big Data tech promising to process large volumes of data at speed. Understanding platforms like Hadoop, Spark, and cloud-vendor provided Big Data solutions is critical. Read on for AxiomSL's insight on this topical subject.
COVID-19 Effects On NSFR Reporting

13th July 2020

COVID-19 Effects On NSFR Reporting: Financial Institutions Must Set Sail Strategically Amid Choppy Seas: Concerns that effects of the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to a global liquidity crisis has caused a surge in regulatory requirements for liquidity monitoring and reporting that have strained financial institutions. Meeting the net stable funding...
7 Social Distancing Ideas For Regulatory Reporting In The Cloud

15th May 2020

As COVID-19 wears on, financial institutions are experiencing disruptions from the effects of operating with a remote workforce. These disruptions are accelerating their efforts to move to regulatory reporting in the cloud. Deliberations center on whether to take a DIY approach to cloud implementation or use a vendor-provided cloud solution and if...
CRR2 Reforms And Beyond In The Age Of COVID-19

12th May 2020

“Revised Capital Requirements Regulation Rules: CRR2 Reforms And Beyond In The Age Of COVID-19” is a paper that outlines upcoming changes to regulations, CRR2 reforms, and the resulting challenges faced by financial institutions. AxiomSL offers insight into best practices for identifying and resolving the challenges of CRR2 reforms, and...
AxiomSL’s new SFTR solution meets original ESMA reporting obligation.

21st April 2020

AxiomSL's clients receive a regime agnostic SFTR reporting solution ready for ESMA’s original April SFTR reporting requirements (now extended to July 2020).
So Many Trade and Transaction Regimes, So Little Time

21st April 2020

Counterparties seek an efficient and scalable approach to address the daunting task of collecting data and reporting across many trade and transaction regimes.