The BR-AG Regulatory Technology Blog

Insights on regulatory data standards, methodologies, and frameworks we got in collaboration with members of the global financial community.

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What's there for Filers?

Insights from experts on business reporting, RegTech how-to guides, and heads up on changes in the regulatory landscape in the EU, UK, and worldwide.

Recent from EBA: Adaptations to the DPM 3.2 framework

With two of three phases of the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) for Data Point...

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Corporate data: All roads lead to the digitalization

There is no exaggeration in saying that digitalization revolutionizes company`s...

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Common traps in XBRL reporting

In 2021 the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU securities regulator...

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BR-AG team's favorites  

Selected RegTech and SupTech reports, guides, and case studies.
Sailing out into the unknown: Transforming data collection post-Brexit

Sailing out into the unknown: Transforming data collection post-Brexit

A light on data for sustainable economy goals

A light on data for sustainable economy goals

RegTech Driven Data Management – Create and manage data flows  to unlock regulatory data potential

RegTech Driven Data Management – Create and manage data flows to unlock regulatory data potential

What's there for Regulators?

Market trends and predictions, regulatory know-hows, and best practices for central banks, policymakers, and regulatory authorities.

Can SupTech be leveraged to boost payments infrastructure?

In the early days of June, the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) hosted a...

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GFIN, an example of innovation sandboxification

Sandboxification, RegTech and GFIN In a paper published in 2020, The University of New...

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The Open Data Concept to facilitate ESG reporting

What is the Open Data Concept? The Open Data Concept became a reality in the late 2000’s....

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Featured topic: Green and sustainable finance

BR-AG believes that non-financial data can be collected, validated, and shared in a consistent, transparent, and standardized way. Here we share ideas on environmental data reporting.