The BRSANALYTICS banking solutions portfolio addresses the regulatory reporting requirements of financial institutions by systematically gathering the required data for statistical and supervisory reports with minimal manual intervention.

We provide a standard engine that has been developed and refined over several years. This application can be deployed in any financial institution no matter where it is located and bespoke regulatory reporting packages are developed to address the specific requirements of various regulators.

The increased focus on regulatory reporting by many of the world’s banking regulators has increased pressure on financial institutions to provide timely statistical data to ensure compliance. Ultimately, regulation subjects institutions to certain standards, including reporting requirements, restrictions and guidelines with the intent of maintaining standardised practices across these industries. The need for these regulations finds its root in the interconnectedness of banking and credit institutions and the reliance that national and global economies have on these institutions.

While each National Central Bank (NCB) has different reporting requirements, all involve the common challenge of compiling the data. BRSANALYTICS addresses this often manual, lengthy and time consuming process. BRSANALYTICS brings in data from all the bank’s legacy systems and other data sources and consolidates it so that it automatically produces the data in the format required by the regulator (such as excel sheets and XBRL). More importantly, BRSANALYTICS gives a breakdown of the computed figures thus enabling the analysis of trends and patterns in customer behaviour, areas of growth and profitability, risk management reporting and strengthening competitive advantage amongst others.

Feb 5, 2016

The European Central Bank will not surrender to low inflation, Mario Draghi vowed, reinforcing his case for ECB action next month to counter deteriorating global conditions.The ECB president made his remarks in the regional offices of Germany’s Bundesbank, which has fiercely opposed Mr Draghi’s desire to expand a bond buying programme as a way to ease monetary policy.

Jan 29, 2016

FRANKFURT—European Central Bank President Mario Draghi over the past week has repeatedly talked up the prospects of additional stimulus for the eurozone, doubling down on his unexpected pledge to review the bank’s €1.5 trillion ($1.63 trillion) stimulus program in March.

Potentially complicating his efforts: The members of the ECB’s governing council aren’t ..

Jan 27, 2016

The plunge in European bank stocks over the past six months has wiped out about 400 billion euros ($434 billion) in market value, an amount that’s more than twice the annual economic output of Greece at current prices.

Jan 22, 2016

SPF inflation expectations have been revised downwards for 2016 from 1.0 to 0.7 percent

Real GDP growth expectations are unchanged in the 1.7-1.8% range

Unemployment rate forecasts have been revised downward and remain on a downward path

Jan 19, 2016

European Central Bank policy makers here are accustomed to looking south for economic trouble spots. In the past, weakness in Greece and southern Europe has hindered growth in the 19-country currency bloc. But when rate-setters meet for a policy decision Thursday, they are expected to be looking far to the east, because Chinese market turmoil is weighing on stock markets and investor senti..

Jan 17, 2016

European banks will be wary about conducting new business in Iran even after many international sanctions are lifted, European executives and officials have warned — potentially limiting the economic benefits Iran will receive from its landmark nuclear deal with world powers.