Invoke is delighted to announce details of our next Banking User Forum online event. This is a great chance to find out all the latest banking regulatory reporting news and share feedback and thoughts with industry peers.
Invoke's e-Filing solution enables regulated firms in Ireland to comply with CBI's Taxonomy 2.0. reporting requirements, and submit their PIMD in XBRL format.
TagPay, editor of a next-generation Core Banking System (CBS) and Invoke, European leader in financial, tax and regulatory reporting solutions, announce that they have signed a partnership aimed at offering Fintechs and Neobanks the latest generation regulatory reporting solution and support the digitization of business challenges.
The PRA decided to integrate the “MREL reporting” data item into the Bank of England Banking XBRL taxonomy. This new reporting will be effective from 1 January 2019 for certain firms.
Invoke responds to new reporting requirements including the new “Pillar 2 liquidity” data item, published in the extended version of the Bank of England Banking taxonomy.
The new cross-border resolution mechanism in the Banking Union results in a host of new challenges for both the banks and the National Resolution Authorities (NRAs) with regard to reporting requirements.
To enable CRD IV firms in the UK to respond rapidly and regularly to new reporting requirements, Invoke has extended its product line to the Bank of England (BoE) taxonomy, related to PRA 101 - 103 and PRA 104 - 108 reports.
As Europe’s reference in matters of banking regulatory reporting, the software provider Invoke meets AnaCredit’s granular reporting requirements with its multi-framework reporting solution Invoke Regulatory.
A European leader in financial, tax and regulatory reporting for the banking and insurance sectors, Invoke is expanding its software range to meet CRS/AEoI cross-country tax reporting requirements.
CRD IV Reporting: The ACPR-Banque de France today opened its OneGate platform to allow testing of CRD IV regulatory submissions in XBRL format. Invoke passed the technical acceptance testing with flying colours.