Managing the regulatory burden efficiently

Implementing and embedding new regulations within a financial institution follows a standard pattern, a pattern ::projective calls the regulatory change lifecycle

::projective is a proven and trusted partner for clients throughout and at any point in this regulatory change lifecycle. From initial impact assessments and management of high-profile regulatory deadlines, through to inspection-driven remediation programmes, and regulatory maturity roadmaps.

With its unique positioning in the ecosystem, ::projective’s approach leverages an extensive and tested library of methodologies, tools and solutions. This ensures that client engagements typically go beyond compliance, allowing institutions to benefit from emerging business and technology opportunities to excel in regulatory change implementations.

::projective’s regulatory change portfolio spans a range of industry-relevant issues, including:

Brexit assessment & transformation:

Providing a lean framework for impact assessment, co-ordination across functions, partner selection and a strong EU presence to run an accelerated programme with seasoned teams of industry-experienced consultants

Achieving regulatory maturity:

Allowing institutions to capitalize on previous regulatory implementations by establishing robust regulatory change function within the organisation, to leverage synergies between overlapping regulations

Cyber security strategy & design:

Developing client-specific cyber security strategy, operating model and execution roadmap using best-fit and effective cybertech solutions through our innovative ecosystem and vast implementation experience

Driving fundamental review of trading book (FRTB) compliance:

Allowing banks to closely align front office activity and capital planning, and assess the strategic impact of a new capital framework to drive competitive advantage. ::projective’s approach covers multiple business and IT work streams, and is based on deep industry experience with large-scale FRTB programmes.

Transparency & reporting (SFTR, MiFID II, MiFIR):

Making sure interrelations with the existing regulatory framework are carefully assessed and leveraged, by applying the deep expertise gained across a variety or reporting regulations

General data protection regulation (GDPR) one-stop-shop:

Providing access to a one-stop shop strategy for GDPR, combining capabilities for fast-track complaint business & technology solutions, enabled through the strength of and access to an exclusive and innovative ecosystem