Confluence Extends Unity Platform for Central Bank Reporting

The new release expands the central bank reporting capabilities of its Unity NXY post-trade filing solution.


Confluence launched Unity NXT Regulatory Reporting in May to serve as a centralized solution for post-trade filings. The latest expansion of the service adds support for fund reporting to the Luxembourg central bank (BCL) and for reporting resident quarterly money markets and investment funds (MMIF) and monthly money market (MMM) fund reporting to the Central Bank of Ireland, says Todd Moyer, executive vice president of global business development at Confluence.

"The Luxembourg BCL reporting is

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