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Through many years of experience in the implementation of total banking requirements, we bring your project safely to its destination
Regulatory Reporting covers strategy, planning and management of financial institutions as well as reporting:
CURENTIS is familiar with the legal requirements and processes in all areas of regulatory reporting and puts theory into practice for you. We act as a bridge between business requirements and technical implementation. Our consultants have many years of experience from numerous projects and possess in-depth technical know-how of the relevant standard applications, such as Abacus360, BAIS, SAP Bank Analyzer, SAP BW HANA, Okular and SAS.
With our expertise we support you in the elaboration of technical topics, strengthen your development and test team or take over operational tasks.
Our employees have a wealth of experience in agile and classic project methods and different roles such as business analyst, technical consultant, test & test management, release management, rollout and project management
A CURENTIS project manager pays particular attention to ensuring that the interfaces of a project to all necessary specialist departments are intensively considered. This applies in particular to the interfaces to regulatory reporting, accounting, controlling, IT, auditing, and risk management.
The topic of regulatory reporting encompasses all strategic areas of a financial institution - CURENTIS supports you with experience and commitment in this complex subject area.
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