The Lombard Risk integrated product suite enables financial institutions to meet risk and regulatory requirements now and as they continue to evolve for collateral management, liquidity and capital stress testing and analysis, regulatory complianceincluding Dodd-Frank Act – and management/business information and reporting

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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