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REFORM – Transaction Reporting


“REFORM™ for transaction reporting” goes live to meet Dodd-Frank Act Title VII regulatory deadline

28th February 2013: deadline of Dodd-Frank Act for FX, commodities and equities

Lombard Risk REFORM for pre-/post-trade lifecycle management and reporting

The Lombard Risk REFORM platform is a highly configurable solution designed to help firms manage predominantly trade-related processes – such as pre-/post-trade processing  and regulatory transaction reporting.

Right now – firms are using REFORM to meet the global regulatory transaction reporting requirements that are being introduced to monitor and regulate the OTC derivatives market.

  • Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act is “WALL STREET TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY – Regulation of Over-the-Counter Swaps Markets”: READ MORE
  • Over-the-counter derivatives market reporting in Hong Kong: READ MORE
  • European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR): READ MORE
  • Markets in Financial Instruments Directive/Regulation 2 (MiFID/R 2)

Download a pdf version of the Lombard Risk REFORM for regulatory transaction reporting brochure HERE >>>

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The Lombard Risk REFORM platform is designed as:

  • a GENERIC solution for trade-related lifecycle processing
  • will interface seamlessly with an organisation’s banking systems and
  • does not have dependencies on any specific system(s)

The built-in features of REFORM can be configured to meet a firm’s individual requirements related to trade processing – pre-/post-trade!

  • Integration layer: providing flexible connectivity to multiple internal source systems
  • Eligibility rules: for configuring the solution to meet specific firm requirements
  • Data collation: to enable collection of data from multiple, disparate sources and assembly into a single record
  • Message library: to capture formatting rules
  • Connectivity: for communication protocols and authentication procedures
  • Activity monitoring and dashboards: real-time monitoring and visual representation of underlying workflow – providing a consolidated view of message traffic in/out of the solution
  • Exception-handling and customer alerts: immediate identification of situations requiring manual intervention – including client-configurable rules

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