Regulatory Compliance Services
Reducing risk and observing standards
Investors and managers are demanding greater transparency and enhanced, more streamlined regulatory and analytical reports. As financial services firms gather more data for regulatory reporting, they are presented with greater operational and technological challenges.
In today's regulatory environment, clients are required to submit numerous reports to multiple regulatory bodies on a regular basis. Compliance with these obligations requires the aggregation, calculation, maintenance, reconciliation and submission of extensive data sets, which in turn requires stringent processes, advanced technological systems and significant time and effort. Yet regulatory compliance should be viewed as a natural extension of corporate governance and can add real value – not just cost – to our clients and their investment operations.
MaplesFS’ comprehensive, full service approach to regulatory compliance supports FATCA and CRS, AIFMD, Form PF, EMIR and UCITS reporting requirements. Leveraging our best-of-breed technology and professional expertise in regulatory compliance, investor servicing and fund accounting and operations, MaplesFS delivers reporting solutions that provide our clients with the operational backbone needed to support their operations.
Our services include:
- AIFMD: provide flexible Aleternative Investment Fund Directive risk reporting, Annex IV reporting and depository solutions to ensure compliance with the directive;
- EMIR: provide an integrated portal that assimilates with trade repositories and performs the reconciliations required under EMIR;
- FATCA and CRS: facilitate funds' compliance with FATCA and CRS with respect to Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands and Irish financial institutions;
- Form PF: assist in data identification, aggregation, verification, storage and filing of Form PF; and
- UCITS: provide an outsourced risk solution to help managers achieve greater risk control and fulfill the quantitative and qualitative requirements of the UCITS directive.