We’re proud to announce that b.fine will be part of the Global RegTech Summit 2021 – the world’s largest gathering of RegTech leaders and innovators. Meet us on October 14, St. Paul’s, London, UK. … Read More
Welcome to the next era of regulatory reporting
The new reporting platform for financial institutions
b.rx is a fast cloud based and data driven platform that takes regulatory reporting to the next level. It makes an end to inefficient data flows, scattered documents, missing oversight of reports and helps you save time. It is the first user centric platform which supports the full regulatory reporting process in the most optimized & efficient way.
Thanks to its open API-driven architecture, the platform easily integrates with other solutions, such as risk engines, data intelligence solutions, data monitoring platforms and analytics. Through our b.rx MarketPlace, you can compose the regulatory reporting platform adapted to your needs.
Getting ready for the new Basel IV framework by 2023
The unveiling of the Basel IV framework and its upcoming implementation will present remarkable challenges for the European banking landscape, especially around data and IT architecture. The solutions and processes already implemented in banks today will not hold up in the future. With all the changes that banks are facing with the new Basel IV regulation, they are advised to revise their Basel related IT architecture, applications and processes.
What do you need to take into account when revising your processes and technology? Ask yourself the right questions with our detailed checklist and don’t miss a single thing.
Latest news & blog
The EBA provides an analysis of the current RegTech landscape. It highlights the benefits & challenges of using RegTech and explains how FI’s adopt them in their prudential reporting. … Read More
EBA has published its findings from the targeted review of internal models (TRIM). Banks which formed the TRIM exercise largely underestimated the risks, and thus their capital requirements. … Read More