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Peter Tierney
Peter Tierney, AxiomSL

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to include reflections from BR-AG CEO Michał Piechocki and AxiomSL’s Abraham Teo about the role of collaborating banks and why the taxonomy will incorporate XBRL. 

In order to establish the taxonomy, the regulatory reporting and risk management solutions provider is partnering with two domestic systemically important institutions (D-Sibs), seven international banks, including four global systemically important institutions (G-Sibs), advisory firm PwC

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