Programming interfaces, European Banking Authority (EBA) Data Point Model (DPM) content and report templates, designed to work with SAS® Risk and Finance Workbench to meet regulatory report generation, data validation and submission format requirements.
Meet regulatory deadlines while improving transparency and reporting for internal and external stakeholders.
Meet EBA reporting requirements, and gain business value.
Banks in most EU countries are required to comply with a set of technical standards for supervisory reporting established by the EBA. While banks are focused primarily on meeting the EBA supervisory reporting requirements, expediting implementation and reducing maintenance costs related to the requirements can yield significant business value. SAS Regulatory Content for EBA Taxonomies works with SAS Risk and Finance Workbench to help you meet the reporting requirements and gain business value beyond compliance.
Accelerate reporting submissions, and get fast results.
SAS Regulatory Content for EBA Taxonomies provides a scalable, integrated workflow that minimizes costs, optimizes time to value, and offers greater transparency that directly benefits investor relations, enhances competitive advantage and increases shareholder value.
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