Inforalgo Information Technology

We have 30 years’ rich experience in providing intelligent data management solutions and services to Capital Markets clients globally. We help buy and sell-side organisations automate the flow of their pre- and post-trade data. We are trusted by many of the world’s top financial institutions.

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Finding a FIX for electronic FINRA TRACE reporting as the CTCI cut-off looms

14th May 2019

The capital markets regulatory environment can seem as volatile as everyday trading conditions. Even regulatory reporting vehicles can’t be counted on to remain constant. From February next year, the legacy CTCI tool commonly used for electronic FINRA TRACE and ORF reporting will no longer be supported. If you handle your own submissions,...
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Transforming transaction data management: 3 considerations for financial institutions as global trade reporting requirements intensify

17th April 2019

Trying to collate everything manually, when detail exists in different formats across numerous data silos, is no longer sustainable. In any case, many firms lack the budgets to keep investing in new IT projects each time demands change or a new standard is issued. There must be a more sustainable way forward. Indeed, the research suggested that...
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A smarter way to report on financial trades?

5th February 2019

New research by independent financial regulatory think-tank JWG, in partnership with Inforalgo, confirms that financial institutions are struggling to cope with their international trade reporting obligations, as regulatory requirements grow and diverge. Costs are escalating, and the risks of non-compliance too - and firms simply don’t have...
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Beyond STP: setting the scene for smarter trading

3rd December 2018

Becoming smarter with the management of data is key to driving efficiency, accuracy, and innovation in most industries, via rules-based automation. However too often data complexity, caused by integration issues, incompatibility and poor visibility, makes it difficult for Capital Markets organisations to move forward....
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Capital markets participants look for fintech assistance

19th November 2018

According to a PwC report, 86% of banking and capital markets CEOs indicated that over regulation is their top concern, with the speed of technological change came a close second at 85%. A poll of the bobsguide audience conducted during a recent webinar, suggested many firms are looking to external service providers...