Sep 7, 2016
With MiFID II regulations demanding increased pre and post-trade transparency for consumers, investment banks are in a race against the clock to demonstrate compliance across a dizzying array of data sources, systems and schemas before January 2018.
Providing real-time reporting when faced with comprehensive regulation is tricky – but not impossible. Dive into the details of MiFID II imperatives as MarkLogic explores how an Operational and Transactional Enterprise NoSQL Database can help ease the pain of regulatory reporting.
- Why it’s difficult to achieve increased transparency with an increased scope of data sources
- What are the four tenets of an effective and successful reporting structure
- How an operational trade store works, taking a closer look at the end-state architecture
- Why data accuracy is so problematic without bitemporal tracking