Firms have been building solutions to address regulatory requirements using multiple legacy products, comprised of multiple technologies, overlapping but variant functionality and discrete independent data models. Such bespoke solutions provide sub-optimal performance, have a high TCO and create a tactical legacy that is costly to maintain.
Satisfying evolving regulatory demands is becoming a nearly impossible task for firms dominated by silos. This highlights the need for genuinely new design and implementation methods that facilitate the seamless integration of finance, risk and regulatory reporting functions.
To achieve sustained success, our OneSumX solution suite provides the building blocks for all finance, risk and regulatory reporting requirements to enable you to make clear decisions in today’s rapidly changing regulatory environment.
In our new awareness video, we showcase the full integrated value proposition of our OneSumX for Finance, Risk & Regulatory Reporting offering.
OneSumX for Finance, Risk and Regulatory Reporting
A single version of the truth for informed decision-making
Our data architecture creates a structure on which firms can standardize their approach to managing regulatory data for finance, risk and other functions. The platform integrates data from multiple internal systems and external sources.
This can be used to analyze market, credit and liquidity risk, and for compliance purposes. The result is a consistent approach to data across the entire enterprise, providing our clients with the capability to make the link between finance, risk and regulatory reporting.
Limit exposure to regulatory change
Our unique Report Update Service (RUS) helps protect firms against future requirement and report changes over time. Our in-house experts monitor regulatory developments; ensuring clients are prepared for new or changing rules that impact them.
Our solutions are enriched with this value-added content which saves firms valuable time and resources when faced with increasingly complex and changing regulatory requirements.