Featured Guest Blog: Cloud First, Faster

Businesses are openly embracing the Cloud in 2017. As previously noted in Tom Pfister’s Cloud First post to this blog, businesses are adopting cloud technologies more than ever before. However, many business people are finding the contracting process for adopting cloud services is slower and more complicated than buying installed software. Why are cloud services […]

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SEC Modernization Challenges: Data, Reporting Frequency and Implementation

An SEC Modernization Readiness Q&A with Confluence’s Director of Regulatory Reporting Operations

Originally published on Brown Brothers Harriman’s On the Regs blog The SEC finalized its reporting modernization and liquidity rules late last year. What are you hearing are some key implementation challenges for firms specific to these rules? Many firms know there will be an associated cost to their operations, but they are having difficulty quantifying […]

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Solving the Data Puzzle

How to meet the ever-increasing volume of data needs and integrate a global data strategy simultaneously

SEC Modernization has pushed the fast-forward button on the data management strategy for organizations of all sizes. The data requirements, especially for Form N-PORT, which include an increased volume of data and frequency of reporting on that data, have organizations looking at more than just the volume of data they hold on behalf of their […]

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Cloud First

Over the past 18 months at Confluence, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in our clients’ readiness and willingness to adopt cloud technologies, especially those delivered by external providers. We no longer ask “if” organizations are moving to the Cloud, but rather how quickly is the procurement process maturing to support the business, technology, and operational […]

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UK Regulator Clarifies Position for Non-EU AIFMs

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has amended its rules on Annex IV reporting following consultation during 2016. The amendments, which were published on 25th January 2017, will affect all non-EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) that market Alternative Investment ‘Feeder’ Funds in the UK under the UK’s national private placement regime.  Annex IV reporting is […]

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