Helen Nicol, Global Product Director – Collateral Solutions, discusses with Securities Lending Times the recent successes of Lombard Risk’s Collateral Management platform – COLLINE.
Topics include: upcoming COLLINE features and the drivers behind these; the future of COLLINE – New Markets & Services on the horizon; and key areas firms are highlighting as their biggest challenges such as tight regulatory deadlines coupled with back-office budget cuts.
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Lisa Jackson, Head of Clearing, Collateral Management Solutions, Lombard Risk, discusses in a Q&A with Dervisource why firms should focus on optimizing collateral across Exchange-Traded derivatives & cleared derivatives flow, the challenges firms face and how ETD optimization may evolve in the next 18 months.
Lombard Risk’s Phillips notes that more granular regulatory reporting requirements are driving the need to improve data quality and suggests the benefit of this will be the ability to send accurate data to regulators that will then look for hot spots. Like Sentance, he promotes a strategic approach to data management, saying: “The approach has to identify destinations for granular reporting, implement agility for the future and delete inefficiencies. Firms need granular data and data quality to be always on so that they are ready for reporting at any time and can gain competitive advantage.”
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Lombard Risk Management plc (LSE: LRM), a recognised provider of regulatory reporting and collateral management solutions, is pleased to announce that one of its largest U.S. banking clients has completed their first filing of FR 2052a (Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report) using Lombard Risk’s AgileREPORTER.
FR 2052a is being phased in to the reporting regimen of banks in the United States using a three-tiered approach based on total consolidated assets (by U.S. dollars).
While the fragmentation of the Asian market often makes it difficult to determine which jurisdictions will adopt which rulings, the pending changes that Singaporean regulators have proposed should come as no surprise, says Tracey Adams of Lombard Risk.
To read the full article on SLT Asia handbook (pages 38 & 39), click here.