Agility is key to ensuring regulatory compliance.

Two parallel developments are driving a bank’s agility to  banking compliance regulations initiatives. First is, ‘SupTech’ that helps supervisors in managing banking regulations and compliance of the licensed units, prominent among them being Aurep and FCA’s Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR).
The second development is the emergence of ‘RegTech’. This is done by players who focus on various components of the regulation piece-by-piece so that a cluster of them can be stringed to accomplish record processing times by deploying new age technologies.

The main catalysts driving adoption of regulatory technologies are

  1. Increasing regulatory requirements
  2. Hefty regulatory fines and the ballooning compliance costs
  3. Increased digital adoption especially in the aftermath of COVID-19
  4. Increased funding for RegTech companies
  5. Unmatched data analytics & technology provided by RegTech solutions.

Steps for regulatory compliance

Increased adoption of online banking, accentuated further by the pandemic, has necessitated development of new tools and solutions that can digitally handle most of the regulatory validations whether on customer onboarding or for payment transactions. Digital enablement acts as a good counter to the rising cost of regulation and significantly reduces the post-event processing.

Key approaches followed by banking leaders to accelerate bank regulatory compliance services are as follows:

Online Transactions Compliance

Banks are aiming to achieve compliance by using a portfolio of tools to address Know Your Customer (KYC) and Customer Due Diligence (CDD) including access to public as well as accredited sources for validation of image, record, and the validity for customer onboarding. Financial crime mitigation tools are used for validating the payments (especially international) covering post event rules governing value, volume and velocity. The access and security is enhanced through multi-layer identification covering person, location, device and authentication.

Risk Management

It is aimed at meeting the requirements of BCBS 239, Basel III/IV and stress testing. As against building these reports on top of the transaction systems, banks are moving the relevant data to a data store or data lake and use the modelling, cleansing, and reporting solution capabilities. The IT related risks are managed through a portfolio of tools that handle access, scanning, licensing terms and Business Continuity Planning (BCP).


It addresses both offline AML and IFRS compliance. While there is no common tool that handles both these areas, they are often grouped together . The availability of data extraction and annotating software helps in purveying the various legislative notes, orders, and regulations faster. Usage of AI, NLP and ML helps in transforming contextual data to a structured format for search and analysis. Further, the developments on reference data across the regions using digital formats have made people identification easier, thereby bringing down false positives by nearly 50%.

Regulatory Reporting

While on one hand SupTech is developing, on the other hand, reporting solutions with similar features like the common data model with vocabulary and mapping to currently used terms (via technologies of data streaming, Big Data, AI, ML and NLP etc.) have made the requirements less challenging.

Our Focus

Having built a formidable presence as a preferred partner for global top 10 banks, especially in ensuring data and reporting accuracy as part of large compliance programs, we are making strategic investments to be the top 3 banking regulations and compliance solutions specialist by 2025.
By co-creating solutions that thread together deep
banking compliance knowledge, emerging distributed data technologies, advanced analytics, and standards of data integration, ably supported by two decades of experience in banking regulatory programs, Maveric aims to help banks manage hyper growths with zero compliance lapses.

Our areas of focus include:

Online Transactions

Online Transactions

Putting together a portfolio of tools relevant for retail, corporate and wealth lines of business with Europe and Asia as the focus regions, to meet the needs across the four layers of KYC, CDD, Payment & Identity and Authentication Management.

Online Transactions

Regulatory reporting

Europe-focused and therefore centred around FINREP ,COREP and stress testing. The framework is built on the structure and taxonomy of BIRD with an ability to align it to the Common Data Model prevalent in this solution space. This ensures that both quality and agility are achieved.

Online Transactions

Conventional AML

The offline validations of business rules relating to value, velocity and volume are handled through a combination of technologies and functions. These range from business rules in excel to data extraction, validation and test execution through ETL; thereby covering 100% of the transactions of the given period in a seamless platform that has lineage, case repository, data dictionary and test history to aid in the decision making.

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