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.

Company Insights

Video: Asset managers turn to data for multijurisdictional disclosure requirements

10th July 2019

Asset managers working across a variety of regimes are faced with an uphill struggle with the volume of data required to comply with shareholder disclosure rules, a panel told bobsguide recently. “Regulators are expecting a lot more detail generally. The Transparency Directive in the EU drove a push for greater transparency...
Video: Asset managers struggling to interpret regulations

8th July 2019

As new rules are applied to asset managers, data sourcing and management are growing challenges for firms, according to a video panel conducted by bobsguide.   “It’s the confluence of the rules coming into play,” said Gaurav Chandra, global product manager - shareholding disclosures at AxiomSL. “They need a...
AnaCredit: Challenge or opportunity?

8th March 2018

With six months to go until the submission deadline for complete datasets, AnaCredit requirements continue to pose substantial challenges to the banking industry. With AnaCredit reporting, the data quality and data management have become key focus areas. Sourcing data from multiple and disparate data sources and certifying its completeness remains...
Five benefits of implementing FDIC Part 370: Do you know where your deposits are?

18th January 2018

Dan Shmueli - Senior Vice President, AxiomSL One could look at FDIC 370 as the next regulatory hurdle faced by deposit taking institutions, OR an opportunity to be positioned for growth in a rising rate and increasing liability environment.  AxiomSL’s experience in implementing FDIC 370 has revealed the following benefits for its...
Leveraging data lineage to streamline and optimise business process

11th October 2017

Complying with the multitude and ever changing regulations is a complex, time-consuming and costly activity especially when the regulatory bar keeps rising to meet global standards like BCBS 239 or regional standards like US Federal Reserve CFO Attestation. These industry initiatives have pushed data governance to the fore. In the past, data...
From creative destruction to disruptive technology: Finding opportunities now that change is the norm

15th February 2017

Alex Tsigutkin, CEO AxiomSL Some of you might remember Harvard professor and economist Joseph Schumpeter, who believed that Creative Destruction was what a firm faced when the choices that once drove its success become those that destroy its future. Many more theories followed, including the Innovator’s Dilemma, Disruptive Innovation and...
IFRS 9: Implementing a robust infrastructure for the new accounting regime

25th April 2016

International Financial Reporting Standard 9 (IFRS 9) is a true game-changer for accounting. Having historically been required to analyse the past performance of financial instruments in their accounts, firms will now need to take a forward-looking approach to accounting. This change has wide-ranging operational and technical implications. With...
IFRS 9: The data integration challenge

16th November 2015

Financial firms are starting to sit up and pay close attention to International Financial Reporting Standard 9 (IFRS 9). The new standard will fundamentally change accounting practices and require the use of a host of additional data sources. With capital provisioning also set to increase sharply as part of IFRS 9, firms are eager to optimise their...
Turning Data Governance into a Sustainable Business Strategy

8th October 2015

Data volume increases of more than 40% per year mean that, in 2 ½ years, a financial firm will have doubled its data. What other valuable asset does a firm have that grows at such a rate? Data is the lifeblood of a firm – data must flow seamlessly through its products and lines of business, not only to support growth strategies but...
Technology is the key to addressing new liquidity requirements

19th February 2015

Having spent much of 2014 getting to grips with new capital reporting requirements, European banks are now shifting their focus to liquidity monitoring and reporting. Over the course of 2015, they face significant changes to the way they calculate and report on their liquidity, and to the frequency of their regulatory disclosures. In order to keep...