NEED TO TRANSFORM?
We are a practitioner-led Management & IT consultancy that brings deep and deliberate expertise to the financial services sector's Margin, Collateral and Legal domains. Our consultants help clients to provide strategy, insight, training and delivery across derivatives, repo and securities lending.
Our senior industry practitioners and transformative service model reduce the time to market on key revenue ideas and brings clarity to regulatory demands and competitive advantage to your most challenging problems
All products exchange-traded, cleared and uncleared derivatives, repo and securities lending needs to be led by well-defined business objectives supported by efficient and cost-effective technology.
Risk and operational functions need industry connected systems to support straight-through processing and an environment where governance, controls and regulatory compliance are paramount and understood.
Margin Reform will bring clarity to your understanding of all aspects of collateral such as pricing, funding, liquidity, optimisation, operational capacity and risk.
Whether to support business P&L, cost drivers, regulations, or enhancing existing processes and requirements such as Clearing, Initial Margin, Reporting, Custody and Optimization are a necessity.
The complexity and far-reaching impact of G20 regulatory reforms (Clearing, UMR, SFTR, CSDR & IBOR) have led to a market understanding that data is critical and this requires improved negotiation techniques, smarter technology and increased digitisation.
Margin Reform is at the forefront of these solutions and can help you deliver the required technological and business process models.
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