AutoRek is pleased to announce that we have joined UnaVista’s partnership programme, enabling us to enhance our propositions and provide integrated solutions to meet clients’ regulatory requirements.
Gordon McHarg, CEO, AutoRek commented “Our partnership with UnaVista will allow our clients to consolidate, validate and reconcile their transaction reporting data in both the pre and post reporting phases. I’m excited about the opportunity this partnership creates for our customers. The forthcoming regulatory changes mean that asset management firms of all sizes will need to review their existing technology solutions with additional scrutiny. AutoRek’s integrated controls, data integrity, automated matching and reporting platform combined with the UnaVista reporting and rules engine will provide full transparency and control of the MiFID II transaction reporting process”.
Wendy Collins, Global Head of Strategic Partnerships for UnaVista commented, “the partnership between AutoRek and UnaVista is a testament of our commitment to collaborate with like-minded firms to create regulatory reporting efficiencies in the market. The partnership will enable clients to combine solutions from both firms to fulfil their regulatory reporting obligation in a timely and efficient way”.
AutoRek is deployed globally, delivering a range of financial, operational and regulatory reporting control solutions. We have supported implementations in many leading organisations, and deployments have included high volume data migrations, elimination of spreadsheets and manual processing, regulatory reporting, mitigation of operational and regulatory risk, and reduction in fast close processes.
UnaVista is LSEG’s hosted technology platform, helping firms reduce operational and regulatory risk. The platform assists over 5,000 counterparties reporting in excess of 5 billion transactions annually with 60,000 users in 86 countries. UnaVista’s Partner Programme brings together the world’s leading financial services technology and consultancy firms to help the markets become more efficient and reduce operational and regulatory risk.