Wolters Kluwer Financial Services – Compliance and Risk Management Solutions and Services
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    FRTB: Viewing Market Risk in a New Light
  • Integrating finance, risk and regulatory reporting
    Integrating finance risk and regulatory reporting through comprehensive data management
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    Recognized by Operation HOPE for Long Standing Partnership on Financial Literacy

What we offer

Risk Solutions

Our risk management solutions were created solely for financial services and deliver the processes, best practices, regulatory intelligence, and analytics required by this highly regulated industry.

Compliance Solutions

Our compliance management solutions enable organizations to balance the mounting regulatory and risk management obligations with improving business performance.

Finance Solutions

Our finance solutions deliver the processes, best practices, regulatory intelligence, and analytics required by this highly regulated industry.

Audit Solutions

Our audit solutions empower audit departments of all sizes to more efficiently manage the audit process, spending less time documenting and reviewing and more time providing value-added services.

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Tech, cloud, data and compliance – addressing the challenges of smaller financial institutions in APAC

(Published March 25, 2019) Smaller firms may be aware of the need for automation of regulatory reporting, but some remain hesitant to take the plunge. Read this new commentary to explore some of the challenges that have been holding small banks and FIs back, and the opportunities that forward-thinking firms have been able to grasp.

An Update on Cost of Living Adjustments under Regulation CC

(Published March 14, 2019) A proposed rule to amend Regulation CC in late 2018 is approaching finalization, which is expected to make cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) to certain dollar amounts within the rule, as required by the Dodd-Frank Act. Those adjustments will require most financial institutions to update their funds-availability disclosure, send change notices and make other updates. The proposal also re-opened the comment period on rules changes proposed in 2011. Karl Leslie writes that as finalization of these rules looms, once the COLA changes are adopted, all financial institutions that offer checking accounts will be impacted—regardless of whether the agencies limit implementation to the 2018 proposal, or include some or all of the 2011 proposal.

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FATF evaluation underlines AML and CTF urgency for Chinese banks
 

FATF evaluation underlines AML / CTF urgency for Chinese banks

 
 
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IFRS 16 Leases: A fresh challenge with a familiar solution
 

Reframing a fresh challenge with a familiar solution – IFRS 16

 
 
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Regulators to the rescue? MAS and the drive to ease the data reporting burden
 

Regulators to the rescue? MAS and the drive to ease the data reporting burden

 
 
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