IHS Markit’s Global Regulatory Reporting Solution for Multi-jurisdictional Trade Reporting selected by Banco Santander
IHS Markit's Global Regulatory Reporting Solution's platform has been selected by Banco Santander to report OTC derivatives trades to multiple jurisdictions.
IHS Markit enables financial institutions to report OTC and exchange-traded derivatives trades to regulators across the globe via multiple trade repositories, approved reporting mechanisms (ARMs), and approved publication arrangements (APAs). The system manages the end-to-end reporting and reconciliation workflow by automatically capturing, normalizing, calculating, enriching, transforming, and submitting the required information to trade repositories. It can also reconcile trade repository data with a firm's in-house and external data sources. IHS Markit's Integrated Reporting is a dedicated platform that manages all functional requirements for trade reporting, including cross-asset coverage, valuation and collateral reporting, reconciliation, and multi-jurisdiction support, including G20 jurisdictions such as ASIC, CFTC, CAD, MAS, HKMA, SEC and EMIR, as well as MiFID II and Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR).
"The IHS Markit team is delighted to be working with Banco
Santander," said Pierre
Khemdoudi, Senior Vice President, Equities and Regulatory
Reporting, IHS Markit. "The Banco Santander team has
demonstrated its commitment to operational efficiency throughout
our engagement, coupled with a powerful command of financial market
standards. We look forward to working in partnership to roll out
IHS Markit's trade reporting solution."
About IHS Markit
IHS Markit provides
software and technology platforms and
managed services to tackle some of the most difficult
challenges in financial markets. We help our customers better
understand complicated markets, reduce risk, operate more
efficiently and comply with financial regulation.
About Banco Santander
Banco Santander (SAN SM, STD US, BNC LN) is a leading retail and commercial bank, founded in 1857 and headquartered in Spain. It has a meaningful presence in 10 core markets in the Europe, North America and South America regions, and is one of the largest banks in the world by market capitalization. Its purpose is to help people and businesses prosper in a simple, personal and fair way. Santander is building a more responsible bank and has made a number of commitments to support this objective, including raising over €120 billion in green financing between 2019 and 2025, as well as financially empowering more than 10 million people over the same period. At the end of the first quarter of 2021, Banco Santander had €1.1 trillion in total funds, 149 million customers, of which 23.4 million are loyal and 44.2 million are digital, 10,800 branches and 190,000 employees.
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