Headlines surface almost daily that raise questions about the quality of the data financial institutions use in the reports they file with the regulatory authorities that form the basis of many of their public disclosures. Yet, these questions are not new and serve to highlight challenges that have been long-standing, including large numbers of manual reconciliations, data integrity issues, systems limitations, analytical challenges, resource and time constraints, and governance weaknesses.
Against this backdrop, the Financial Services Regulatory Risk Advisory practice and the Americas’ FS Regulatory Centre of Excellence have developed a point of view on the challenges financial institutions are facing around producing core regulatory reports, trends in supervisory expectations, and the current state of banks’ regulatory reporting capabilities.
Read the full report - The Changing Face of Regulatory Reporting: Challenges and Opportunities for Financial Institutions (PDF 1.03 MB).
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