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    The First Step in Third-Party Risk Management

    Our Third-Party Onboarding and Risk Management Survey asked respondents how essential a third-party compliance onboarding process is to their companies.

    Taxation of crypto assets

    Our 2021 Crypto Tax white paper gives a deeper look into the current state of U.S. crypto taxation and what organizations need to be aware of.

    Crypto Tax Reporting Update

    Our 2020 Crypto Tax Update gives a deeper look into the year in Crypto Tax and what organizations needs to be aware of.

    Putting the hammer down: Accelerate your Digital Transformation

    Digital transformation in wealth management and the buy vs build decision is one that all financial institutions face. Refinitiv explores a new hybrid strategy to lower total cost of ownership, bring digital strategies to market quickly and improve the client experience.

    Muni High Yield: Technically Driven, Fundamentally Sound?

    Download our latest whitepaper to find trends on: Why portfolio managers are increasingly turning toward high yield bonds

    Machine learning with sentiment analysis

    Read the latest report from Refinitiv on machine learning with news sentiment analysis for financial markets and stock market trading.

    Fair Valuations: What Lies Beneath

    Download our latest whitepaper to discover what are the key valuation measurement challenges, especially when it comes to hard-to-value, illiquid instruments?

    Global sustainable development

    We examine the threat of environmental crime to business and security, and how to mitigate using supply chain risk tools, ESG data, and greater collaboration.

    FRTB puts data demands on banks

    Of all the new incoming regulations, few will have a greater impact on financial institution’s trading business than Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB).The new FRTB requirements from Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) pertain to capital requirements for banks. In fact this...

    BCBS 239 — the starting line

    By seeing BCBS 239 as the starting line and not the finish line, banks will not only be better prepared to handle future market events, but will be able to do business differently.