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Regulatory reporting in the banking sector

Keep pace with constant changes to regulatory reporting requirements

The legal demands placed on regulatory reporting in the banking sector have seen an almost exponential increase in recent years.

Simultaneously, the amount of time needed for the process of transposing European regulations into national law is uncertain. Defined milestones are repeatedly postponed at short notice, and at the end of the day, the final implementation rules are not available until shortly before the first reporting date. The timing and scope of reporting projects are therefore often extremely critical in light of these external factors. However, it is precisely in this challenging environment that banks have to master the merger of data sets from a regulatory reporting, accounting and risk-related perspective.

Our experts support our clients with a high level of engagement and a depth of experience as they meet today’s challenges.

CURENTIS takes the lead in projects as project manager, business analyst and test manager when meeting today’s challenges such as those related to the introduction of AnaCredit, BCBS 239, MRel and EBA Benchmarking.

The experienced consultants at CURENTIS prepare the technical specifications, test concept and data processing design for the respective solution, test application completeness and are responsible for the total success of the project in their role as (multi) project managers. In this role, close collaboration between the relevant department and IT is particularly important to the CURENTIS consultants.

CURENTIS AG consultants support you in a variety of areas.


CURENTIS employees have years of experience working on regulatory reporting-related projects in the following roles:

  • Project Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Test Manager / Release Manager
  • Project Management Office
  • Requirements Manager
  • Programme Manager
  • Release Coordinator
  • Scrum Master

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