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London Office

Juxon House 100 St Paul´s Churchyard
London
GB

New York Office

40 Fulton St
New York
NY
US

Toronto Office

129 Spadina Avenue Suite 500
Toronto
Ontario
CA

Boston Head Office

131 Dartmouth Street 3rd Floor
Boston
MA
US

Calgary Office

888 3rd Street SW Suite 1000
Calgary
Alberta
CA

Frankfurt Office

Skyper Villa, Taunusanlage 1
Frankfurt
DE

Chicago Office

30 West Monroe 12th Floor
Chicago
IL
US

Bengaluru Office

Salarpuria GR Tech Park 6th Floor, "VAYU" Block #137
Bengaluru
Karnataka
IN

Düsseldorf Office

Speditionstrasse 21
Düsseldorf
DE

Houston Office

Heritage Plaza 1111 Bagby Street Suite 1950
Houston
TX
US

Los Angeles Office

3211 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica
CA
US

Schaffhausen Office

Rheinweg 7
Schaffhausen
CH

Singapore Office

158 Cecil Street, #03-01
Singapore
SG

Zürich Office

Seefeldstrasse 35
Zürich
CH

Telephone

0207 608 4639

Contact

Tom Malcolm
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Compliance Management and Reporting System (CMRS)

 Meet Regulatory Mandates Holistically and Reduce Compliance Risk

Sapient Global Markets’ Compliance Management and Reporting System (CMRS) provides firms in the capital and commodity markets with a complete solution for more efficiently and effectively meeting new and evolving regulatory reporting mandates such as EMIR, Dodd-Frank, REMIT and FATCA. By easing the task of collecting trade data, transforming it into required formats and submitting it to various reporting agencies—all within a specified timeframe—CMRS helps firms:

·         Minimize the risk associated with non-compliance

·         Reduce the cost and effort of manual processes

·         Improve transparency with a single view of compliance across systems, asset classes and geographies

Available as a software installation or as a cloud-hosted solution enabling firms to build, deploy and manage applications across a network of data centers, CMRS establishes a common enterprise platform to manage and publish reporting requirements. CMRS also provides a single view of compliance regardless of operating model and required reporting venue—delivering much needed visibility at any point in time. Specifically, CMRS:

  • Connects to all major trading and risk management systems, including those processing high volumes of swaps and other over-the- counter (OTC) products
  • Collects and normalizes data before transforming it into formats accepted by regulatory reporting destinations
  • Receives acknowledgement messages back from regulatory bodies, such as Swap Data Repositories (SDR)
  • Enables customers to configure reporting rules, manage varied data sources, apply filtering, exception and aggregation rules and configure destination reports in the required format
  • Is offered for customers connecting to the DTCC’s Swap Data Repository (SDR)

This end-to-end, proven solution can also be paired with Sapient Global Markets’ implementation and support services as needed.

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