WE ARE THE CAPITAL MARKETS COMPANY

CAPITAL MARKETS

Capital markets is how we got our name – Capco. We understand the challenging regulatory landscape, demand to stay competitive and need to cut costs facing the capital markets today. We help clients optimize performance.
BUSINESS CHANGE AND COST TRANSFORMATION

CHANGE ACCELERATION

BUSINESS CHANGE AND COST TRANSFORMATION

STRATEGIC COST TRANSFORMATION

BUSINESS CHANGE AND COST TRANSFORMATION

STRATEGY ADVISORY

FINANCE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE

FINANCIAL CRIME

FINANCE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE

REGULATORY REPORTING

FINANCE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE

FINANCE AND RISK CONVERGENCE

DATA AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

IT STRATEGY

DATA AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

DATA MANAGEMENT, ANALYTICS AND VISUALIZATION

DATA AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

BACK OFFICE AUTOMATION

TECHNOLOGY DELIVERY

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

CAPCO INSIGHTS
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GDPR - THE BIGGEST FINANCIAL SERVICES CHANGE IN HISTORY

Capco’s Data practice, in partnership with technology partner Marionete, hosted a breakfast session to explore how firms can navigate the challenges brought about by the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), while looking at ways in which companies can use the new regulation to their benefit.
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MODEL-DRIVEN DELIVERY INTELLIGENT AGILE SOLUTIONS FOR SYSTEMATIC DERIVATIVE REPORTING

The ever-changing landscape of regulatory compliance challenges financial institutions, globally. In an effort to enhance transparency in the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market, promote financial stability and support the detection and prevention of market abuse, the world’s financial regulators began to introduce an ongoing series of regulatory reforms, of which many require accurate and timely reporting of transactions in OTC markets.
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CONSOLIDATED AUDIT TRAIL

SEC Rule 613, otherwise known as the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT), announces a plan to establish a central data repository to house a complete record of all equities and options trades in the U.S. National securities exchanges, and self-regulatory organizations (SROs) will be required to submit trade information to the CAT to allow regulators to efficiently and accurately track all activity through the U.S. market in National Market System (NMS) securities.