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Last-mile solution for your reporting ‘marathon’ to meet constant regulatory demands
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
Data quality and accuracy
Regulatory change management
Heavy IT reliance
Data dilemma starts with its requirements not properly defined in terms of business rules and data dictionary. It is accompanied with difficult tracking and understanding errors, validation rules and logic embedded in regulatory reporting solutions.
Reporting instructions (updates to rules, associated guidance e.g. EBA Q&As) are not reflected in upstream system logic and hard to track. In an ever-changing regulatory reporting environment, automated response to updates is a crucial milestone towards compliance.
Cumbersome technical installation, onboarding and use of upstream system difficult when teams change, new members join or responsibilities are split. Right tool to ensure seamless integration and collaborative workspace is needed to drive performance.
Where data, technology and changing policies interlace, we have your back
Keeping pace with regulation
ATOME is a Regulatory Technology Driven by Data. Backed by Service. Powered by People.
Aimed at meeting regulatory compliance, streamlining reporting process, easing the burden on supervised entities.
Explore the ease of working with the powerful XBRL reporting tool.
Powering every step of your way towards successful regulatory reporting
Simple to use templates
Our solution offers pre-mapped Excel-based templates and the tools to convert and validate them into XBRL document.
Quickly find any errors
Validation errors may cause the rejection of a submission by the regulator. ATOME solution ensures compliance without sacrificing speed or accuracy.
API driven application that delivers your tech advantage to address regulatory demands and design better End-Client experiences. Integrate data and systems in regulatory practice with a robust API.
Regulatory and technological watch
Keeps you on top of ever-changing regulatory environment, efficiently dealing with its sheer volume, velocity, and complexity.
We are a team of professionals with deep industry expertise. For example, we have contributed, as co-authors, to setting of the Data Point Methodology (DPM). Now it is used by the EBA and recognised as an ISO standard.
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);
- MREL TLAC;
- Remuneration (REM) and Payments (PAY);
- EBA Investment Firms Reporting (IFR/IFD).
- EBA IFR/IFD
- FCA IFPR
- 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];
- 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.
- NBB Financial Reporting (GAAP, DP).
- Ruba Taxonomie.
- EBA 3.2: COREP, AE, G-SII, IF.
Data quality assurance in meeting Bank of England reporting requirements
With broad experience in designing data models and reporting templated for regulatory authorities in the EU and UK, we closely follow these developments and provide support for files with our ATOME Particles reporting and validation tool.
The latest thinking, at your fingertips.
EBA launches 2022 EU-wide transparency exercise
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Recent from EBA: Adaptations to the DPM 3.2 framework
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