Financial regulations to measure credit and operational risk.
Accurate identification of customers and counterparties is essential to understanding the financial and regulatory risks of financial institutions. Regulations concerning customer reporting requirements were developed to improve financial transaction transparency and credit and operational risk reporting in order to prevent the recurrence of the financial crisis experienced in 2007-2008.
Listed below are examples of customer reporting regulatory requirements:
With the most extensive range of public identifiers and credit ratings available, Opus Reference Data enables customers to aggregate, cross-reference and map customer data from multiple disparate systems into one clean, de-duped, enriched and consistently formatted customer and counterparty data file.
With customer and counterparty information mapped together and synchronized across internal systems and external data providers, downstream business users have a single view to customer and counterparty data and can easily fulfill regulatory reporting requirements.