Company Events

Counting Down To The New Swap Rules for Broker-Dealers

28th May 2020

Time: 12 PM ET / 9 AM PT Panelists:   Bill Wollman, EVP – Risk Oversight and Operational Regulation at FINRA Mike Jamroz, Retired Partner/Senior Advisor at Deloitte & Touche LLP Bruce Runciman, Executive Director and U.S. Regulatory Reporting Solutions Subject Matter Expert at AxiomSL   Moderator:   Rochelle Pullman,...
Tackling Basel IV / CRR2 In A Challenging COVID-19 Environment

16th June 2020

As part of XBRL's 25th Europe Digital Week AxiomSL co-hosts an insightful online conference. As global markets face turbulence and financial institutions attempt to envision a post COVID-19 new normal, how will Financial Institutions (FIs) across Europe address Basel IV related requirements in the coming months? A panel of experts from leading FIs...
Webinar: Rethinking Global Shareholding Disclosures

9th July 2020

Join us as we explore how rigid rule interpretations and a lack of data management can severely hamper your ability to generate accurate filings globally. July 9, 2020 at 11 AM ET / 8 AM PT / 4 PM BT Speakers: Anthony Gilsoul, Compliance Global – Head of Beneficial Ownership Reporting at AXA Investment Managers Harish Komalam...
Turbulence in Liquidity: New Rules, New Taxonomies Webinar

10th July 2020

Join AxiomSL as we discuss upcoming regulatory changes and COVID-19 driven challenges facing organisations. July 10, 2020 at 10.00 AM – 11.00 AM BST / 11.00 – 12:00 AM CEST Speakers: Yang Zhang, Product Manager, Liquidity, AxiomSL Mahim Mehra, Senior Risk Advisor, AxiomSL Financial institutions are facing turbulent...
Replay: Impending Changes to IFR: As Simple as it Appears at First Glance?

29th October 2020

  Beginning in June 2021, investment firms must comply with the new IFR regulation which, in theory, should simplify their capital and liquidity regulatory burden. But when you delve a little deeper into the new requirements for data collection, categorization, capital calculations, and K-factors, it becomes apparent that IFR needs more...