AxiomSL: Meeting The Challenges of Global Trade and Transaction Reporting

The global burden of transaction reporting in 2016 is staggering and is set to significantly increase in the coming years. UK banks spent on average £17 million building in-house transaction reporting solutions for European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and the Dodd-Frank Act, but have been plagued by poor data quality and heavy fines for non-compliance. In the US, firms spent 73 million paperwork hours in 2015 on Dodd-Frank compliance, up from 61 million hours the previous year. The

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