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Boost the last mile of regulatory reporting. Disclose – accurately and confidently.

ATOME Particles delivers reliable validation for XBRL reporting i.e. CRD/CRR, Single Resolution Board Reporting (SRB), Investment Firms Reporting (IFD/IFR), Bank of England (BoE) Banking Reporting.

Make reports accurate and compliant

Where data, technology and changing policies interlace, we have your back

Improved operational efficiency
Automate reporting processes and reduce the burden of creating XBRL 
Data quality assurance
Run quality checks, detect errors and ensure compliant XBRL regulatory reporting
Flexible interoperability
“Simply plug and play” or integrate with existing sourcing systems
Regulatory compliance
Meet national and international reporting requirements with confidence
SupTech expertise to rely on
Leverage the power of solution backed by market know-how, industry insight and best practice tools
18+ years of experience
Collaborate with the dedicated team of experts monitoring, analysing and identifying regulatory changes

Regulatory Reporting Software for Banks

Driven by Data. Backed by Service. 

With 30+ different regulatory frameworks covered, ATOME Particles and our deep industry expertise help you to manage complex obligations, meet regulatory compliance and streamline reporting process in a cost-effective manner.

Explore the ease of working with the powerful XBRL - certified reporting tool:

A clear and bold heading

Powering every step of your way towards successful regulatory reporting

Simple to use templates

Use pre-mapped Excel-based templates and the tools to quickly convert and validate them into XBRL documents.

Errors identification

Perform quality checks against proven and tested validation rules to easily detect and correct errors.

Seamless integration

Run the rules either on a desktop or integrate with other systems via APIs (e.g. sending results of quality checks to Workflow systems).

Regulatory watch

As the compliance rules 

across multiple jurisdictions and countries change - benefit from accessing the most up-to-date templates in ATOME.


Leverage the power of the tool developed on the back of our knowledge gained from working with regulators on their data quality frameworks.

The last mile before the finish line of the regulatory reporting process is just as important as the steps taken before it

Make sure you get the submission the first time right with ATOME Particles

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Supported reporting frameworks

ATOME Particles created to assist you in managing the complexity of reporting requirements across multiple regulatory regimes:

  • Asset Encumbrance (AE);
  • Common Reporting (COREP) incl. FRTB, NSFR, ALM;
  • Financial Reporting (FINREP);
  • Resolution (RES);
  • Global Systemically Important Financial Institutions (G-SII);
  • Remuneration (REM) and Payments (PAY);
  • EBA Investment Firms Reporting (IFR/IFD).
  • Resolution Reporting (Resolution plan, LDR, CFR);
  • SRF Ex-Ante Contributions. 
  • Capital Plus (Capital+); 
  • Financial Statements (IFRS/GAAP based Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss forecasts); 
  • Leverage Ratio; 
  • Liquidity Pillar II [PRA 110]; 
  • MREL; 
  • Structural Reform; 
  • Statistical XBRL Reporting.
  • PRISM Impact Metrics Data return (PIMD); 
  • FINREP Plus; 
  • Assets Under Management Data return (AUMD); 
  • Monthly Metrics Return (MMR); 
  • Payment & E-Money Institutions return. 
  • Publicos;
  • Reservados.
  • NBB Financial Reporting (GAAP, DP).
  • Ruba Taxonomie.
  • EBA 3.2: COREP, AE, G-SII, IF.

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