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|Ouch! Any ideas what's going on today? One trade just took nearly 10% off the value...!|
|Are we due a trading update..??|
|The Next Frontier in Data Management Responses to Regulation
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.”
- See more at: htTp://www.datamanagementreview.com/data-management/blog-entry/next-frontier-data-management-responses-regulation#sthash.03xgUXGG.dpuf|
|Lol.... maybe this time|
|If it ever gets in the cash flow sweet spot I'd be interested.|
|LRM now in a sweet spot with regulatory reqs and stickyness from customers. I'm overloaded here but am looking to add even more on any weakness. Please dyor.|
|Great stuff Aishah.|
|Top 10 U.S. bank goes live with Lombard Risk’s AgileREPORTER for FR 2052a LCR reporting
14th March 2017
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). This institution is among the second tier of banks submitting the FR 2052a and it is their first required liquidity filing. The report contains some of the most complex requirements imposed upon U.S. banks and must be filed on an on-going basis. The bank’s initial filing was based on January’s data, and subsequent filings are due monthly. Given the high volume and extremely complex nature of the data, it was imperative that the bank automate processes to the fullest extent possible in configuring their FR 2052a solution.
Working closely with Lombard Risk’s team of regulatory experts, the bank leveraged the AgileREPORTER solution to both create and validate the XML transmission for the FR 2052a. AgileREPORTER provides the user with a LCR calculation summary template along with the required XML schema validation. This optimised solution design will be easily leveraged by the many banks lined up for the third wave of the FR 2052a roll out targeted for the end of July 2017. AgileREPORTER differs from other LCR solutions in that it supports extremely high volumes of complex data being moved on a frequent basis.
Tina Wilkinson, Global Head of Product from Lombard Risk said: “We are thrilled to be working with this leading U.S. bank in complying with the new FR 2052a filing which requires large amounts of data to be effectively captured and reported. The need for timely data to identify and monitor liquidity risks is a crucial element of the LCR framework and Lombard Risk recognises the value our solutions deliver in helping clients meet this need.
“Lombard Risk has been working closely with regulators to ensure our clients are completely compliant and up to speed on the latest regulatory requirements which may impact their business. AgileREPORTER enables firms to do what has never been done before with regards to the frequency, volume and complexity of data mapping and calculations.”|
|small tree shake before moving higher.........|
|Hmmn. Amazing volume today. Can't be just because of the tip surely!|
|PE take out?|
|Significant volume so far today - well above 10x ADV.|
|CEO bought email@example.com and CFO 169K@9p back in Oct. Despite all the progress since there was no price appreciation. Good to see wider coverage now and clearance of 10p. Still cheap imo.|
|What a lovely rise on a Monday afternoon,,,,,thanks to ST of course :-)|
|Very big story about to unfold!!!!!Dyor etc|
|Not surprised. It's a Strong Buy imo. dyor|
|Just tipped by Simon Thompson.
He reckons on "100 per cent share price upside"
|#817 - No coverage in latest Techinvest. LRM have a busy month:
14th March - 42nd Annual International Futures Industry Conference (FIA BOCA):
Lombard Risk will be exhibiting (booth 6) at the 42nd Annual International Futures Industry Conference. Delegates will be given the opportunity to meet with the Lombard Risk team of business matter experts at our exhibit to learn more about Lombard Risk’s suite of world-class and market-leading collateral management solutions.
14th March - online:
EMEA Regulatory Webinar: Mortgage Business Reporting – MLAR changes, Buy To Let Loan Level Data Collection
15th March - Data Management Summit (DMS) London
Lombard Risk will be speaking at the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London. James Phillips, our Global Head of Regulatory Strategy will be part of the following panel discussion:
11:00 Reviewing the regulatory landscape in volatile and uncertain times — the data management response for 2017
20th March - Oracle Industry Connect 2017:
Lombard Risk is now the Bronze sponsor at the Oracle Industry Connect 2017 Conference. Delegates will be given the opportunity to meet with the Lombard Risk team of business matter experts and learn more about Lombard Risk’s suite of world-class and market-leading regulatory reporting solution.
Oracle Industry Connect is a two-day conference where industry peers join together to share deep-domain expertise and best practices on the mission-critical applications that are core to their businesses.
30th March - online:
EMEA Regulatory Webinar: EBA Short term update – PVA, Sovereign Debt, Operational Risk, AMM|
|on the move.......|
|Did they get a mention in techinvest?|
Lombard Risk winning on both sides of the Atlantic
Recent news flow from Lombard Risk Management, the provider of collateral management and regulatory reporting solutions has been very positive, with good progress in North America and a deepening of its relationship with French financial services giant, Société Générale.
The driver of this success is the COLLINE collateral management platform, which provides a broad coverage of asset classes, particularly following the launch of the new Exchange Traded Derivatives module. As a consequence, investment companies can consolidate the collateral management operations across the enterprise onto the same platform. As financial services companies fight to deliver better returns, the ability to manage capital more efficiently, as well as to deliver lower operating costs and better quality regulatory reporting are major inducements to invest in platforms like COLLINE.
Over the past year COLLINE has won 5 major new clients from both the buy- and sell-side in the US and Canada. With the consistent flow of new regulatory deadlines and amendments, investment firms are more and more looking to standardised, platform solutions and Lombard Risk is a major beneficiary. This progress also shows the benefit of the realignment of Lombard Risk’s US strategy and of the benefit of additional investment in the sales and marketing operation there.
Société Générale is to centralise and automate its multiple collateral management operations onto the COLLINE platform, consolidating the Exchange Traded Derivatives business with the Over-the-Counter and Clearing activities. This news is further evidence of the key market trends described above and also of the momentum being built up by Lombard Risk.
It looks like the good growth seen in the first half year (to end September) is being maintained.|
|Société Générale announcement sounds promising. Pity that money isn't mentioned as may be quite significant. Note that this is COLLINE not Agile Collateral.|
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