Meeting compliance obligations

Meet the continually growing amount of compliance obligations including transaction reporting to trade repositories or to regulators. Make sure you meet your deadlines and your team is trained in the latest regulations.

Regulatory Reporting

Comply with regulatory reporting obligations across multiple jurisdictions through a unified solution covering EMIR, REMIT, FinfraG, MifIR, MiFIDII and SFTR.

Key features

  • Comply
  • Intuitive dashboards
  • Audit controls

KRM22’s Global Risk Platform provides applications to help you address your firm’s regulatory, market, technology and operations risk challenges and to manage your entire enterprise risk profile. KRM22 is a public Group listed on AIM and headquartered in London, with offices in several of the world’s major financial centers.

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