April 17, 2020

Refinitiv Adds to FX Post-Trade Analysis and Compliance

Refinitiv has launched Refinitiv Compliance Archive (RCA), a unified compliance archive for unstructured messages and trade data from over 50 sources, which is designed to help compliance teams reconstruct, oversee and efficiently analyse activity.

Refinitiv Compliance Archive is powered by Global Relay, which offers a suite of surveillance and trade reconstruction capabilities ensuring that firms maintain visibility into their trade and communication activities.

Refinitiv FIX feeds can be ingested, either globally or selectively at branch level, capturing the Dealing chat data along with trade data, electronic communications, and voice for full compliance and complete trade reconstruction.

"It is currently problematic and costly for compliance teams to accurately analyse FX post-trade activity, especially given the complexity of today's regulatory market," said Bart Joris, Head of FX Sell-Side Trading Proposition Management at Refinitiv. "Refinitiv Compliance Archive gives compliance managers a single point for all messaging sources, making it an effective and cost saving tool to help clients identify potential problems quickly."

"Financial firms are under increasing regulatory scrutiny regarding the capture, supervision, retention and management of their Post-Trade data and electronic communications which flow across their desktops, web and mobile phones," said Warren Roy, CEO at Global Relay. "Refinitiv FX Post-Trade Data now joins the 50 plus communications channels currently supported by Global Relay – including ecomms, chat, voice, video and social. Global Relay's secure cloud solution with analytics and integrated workflows offers unprecedented benefits to compliance, legal and business teams looking to simplify operations and reduce costs for their stakeholders – backed by our joint customer support teams."

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