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    International Reporting Engine i:Reg

    Financial service providers are increasingly facing reporting requirements which also include sensitive personal data. Examples for this are the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) with FATCA and CRS.

    The reporting engine i:Reg is specifically designed for this purpose with which typical reporting requirements can be met using the highest degree of automation. Automatic data enrichment and automatic resolving of exceptions, the capability to handle the the most complex issues and apply the solution in several jurisdictions make i:Reg the best choice for large multinational groups and service providers.

    Modern technical architecture, unrestricted multi-entity institution capability, central governance as well as a cutting-edge user interface allow to freely choose the target operation model and deployment as well as on-premises and cloud services.

    Webinar series: CRS compliance with the International Reporting Engine i:Reg

    Webinar 1: CRS compliance: Best practices for adhering to global tax reporting

    We have hosted a 60 minute webinar discussion with CRS/FATCA experts from RBS and SDS to get further insights into the market situation and more information on how FIs can prepare for reporting tasks that lie ahead.

    Download the webinar for free and get valuable information on:

    • Managing the complexities of CRS from the perspective of a leading global bank
    • Responding to large amounts of data, different regimes and local requirements
    • Dealing with correction reports
    • Central governance of group-wide automated reporting processes

    Webinar 2: Reliable CRS compliance with the International Reporting Engine i:Reg

    To give you practical insight into i:Reg’s functionalities, we have hosted a 60 minute webinar with our experts Dr. Lara Spendier, Software Architect Manager and Dr. Wolfgang Göb, Head of Business Development.

    Download the webinar for free and learn how the International Reporting Engine i:Reg can ease your CRS reporting pains:

    • Key functionalities and benefits of the International Reporting Engine i:Reg
    • Target operating models for a global roll-out
    • Live demo of i:Reg CRS with practical use cases

    International Reporting Engine i:Reg

    Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen Fensteri:Reg CRS

    Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen Fensteri:Reg FATCA

    Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen Fensteri:Reg QI

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    Your advantages at a glance

    • Coverage of various reporting regimes (CRS, FATCA, QI)
    • Minimising risks and costs via Straight Through Processing
    • Multi-entity, multi-country and multi-language capabilities  
    • Automated, rule-based and reliable reporting
    • Unlimited scalability
    • Automatic creation of correction reports


    Visit us at the MiFID II Implementation Forum in London The new comprehensive Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), which is based on MiFID, will significantly influence financial and investment services. Financial institutions now have to face the major challenge to implement the legal requirements until 3 January 2018.


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  • „SDS’ FATCA Reporting Engine integrates perfectly into our system environment and is for us the most efficient solution for the implementation of FATCA.“
    Dr. Thorsten Warmt, HSBC Transaction Service