Research article series in partnership with Chartis Research

This is the first in a series of Point of View articles from Chartis and Regnology that explore the cost of complying with regulatory reporting requirements, and the context in which regulatory reporting is evolving.

This first article highlights financial institutions’ regulatory reporting obligations and challenges, and offers a framework they can use to assess both the cost of compliance and of upgrading their systems to facilitate it.

The article also delves into the upcoming Integrated Reporting Framework (IReF), an initiative by the European Central Bank (ECB), exploring timelines and cost impacts that firms need to factor in to comply with IReF requirements.

We believe that high-performing firms will be able to implement the right organizational mechanisms to optimize their total cost of compliance and take a vital step toward achieving efficient and cost-effective compliance.

The cost of regulatory reporting Chartis Research

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