Industry-leading solutions, advisory and managed services changing the way you manage risk and regulatory compliance
We help today’s advanced organizations take advantage of best-in-class technology and industry best practices to manage risk, comply with regulations and meet tax obligations. Our risk and regulatory compliance management solutions create a single source of the truth, with information about customers and vendors that is accurate and up to date. We can provide you with extensive risk and compliance management coverage, including support for regulatory capital calculations and a range of pricing valuation adjustments.
With IHS Markit solutions, you can efficiently exchange information in a secure environment, reducing the risk of sending sensitive information via unsecured email. Our solutions provide you with a connected network where you can engage with the organizations you work with more quickly and efficiently. We enable you to reduce costs, reuse information with streamlined processes, and improved technologies risk and compliance management.
IHS Markit’s Counterparty Credit Risk (CCR)/xVA Solution Suite supports regulatory capital calculations and an extensive range of pricing valuation adjustments on a single, modular platform. It allows firms to mitigate the impact of capital requirements and delivers flexible pre-trade analytics to the front office.
Counterparty Manager is a comprehensive service that allows you to engage with your counterparties, exchange and track entity and onboarding information securely and address your regulatory compliance requirements. Our centralized service enables you to manage and share documentation, make regulatory representations and validate your data.
CTI Tax Solutions by IHS Markit was designed by a team of leading industry experts to deliver comprehensive tax consulting, outsourcing and technology solutions for the global marketplace. No matter which jurisdiction or regulatory obligation your business encounters, CTI Tax Solutions enables customers to scale and streamline tax compliance processes. Through our secure electronic exchange, you can reduce the resource burdens of tax, onboarding and accounts payable teams while creating the efficiencies necessary to manage an ever-increasing scope of compliance processes.
To comply with new regulatory requirements that demand greater scrutiny of risk, firms need more versatile, high-performance analytical tools. Financial Risk Analytics from IHS Markit provides a suite of integrated, scalable and modular solutions for enterprise-wide risk management across a broad range of asset classes.
IHS Markit provides a suite of solutions for the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), which enables banks to comply with the new Basel market risk requirements by supplementing their existing infrastructure and processes. The solutions are designed to shorten FRTB implementation programmes, reduce execution risk and cost, and help firms manage the capital impact of the regulation. They can be implemented on a standalone basis to address specific aspects of the requirements or in combination with one another to provide end-to-end support for FRTB.
IHS Markit supports our customers during every stage of their KYC and due diligence journey with our connected set of operational risk and regulatory compliance solutions. Our KYC Services include a broad set of capabilities to meet your specific needs and address a wide spectrum of requirements. As a bank subscriber, you benefit from the validation of publicly sourced and client-provided entity data using defined industry standard KYC policies to complete management of KYC processes. Our buy-side and corporate contributors, in turn, can quickly and easily upload their KYC profiles, retain control over their data and reuse this information to fulfill additional requests from their counterparts.
As part of the policies identified by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) to increase transparency across Securities Financing Transactions (SFTs), the European Union introduced the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR). The regulation includes a number of new rules for market participants including a requirement to report all SFTs to an approved Trade Repository (TR). The trade-reporting regulation mandated under Article 4 of the draft SFTR legislation will compel the securities finance industry to radically restructure its data architecture – integrating numerous and often disparate, data sources to enhance transparency.