For many banks, building societies, investment firms and their regulatory reporting support services – whether in-house or external – upskilling and continuing to seek efficiencies in the relentless world of regulatory data and reporting should be top of the agenda.

Initiatives such as Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) and automated solutions for regulatory reporting are aimed at creating efficiencies through consistent interpretations and traceability, which are at the heart of data transformation. However, robust knowledge will still be needed – perhaps more than before - when embracing new technologies for regulatory data. This knowledge encompasses business concepts, technical implementation and the overarching policy rationale behind reporting requirements.

With our training partner IFF, we offer an accredited distance learning programme: The Mechanics of Regulatory Risk Reporting, including:

  • Financial and regulatory risk
  • Design principles for internal controls and best practices within risk management functions
  • Key risk compliance requirements
  • Practical skills for regulatory risk reporting

This multi-disciplinary course is delivered by 100% online distance learning over 14 weeks and participants can optionally gain a postgraduate certificate (Level 7) from Middlesex University.  The training will benefit professionals in finance, compliance, risk, audit, IT and treasury management.

Next course dates:

  • Start: May 5, 2021
  • Start: October 13, 2021

Delivered by distance learning over 14 weeks. More information is available here.  

For further details, please contact Nargis Islam, Business Consultant at

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