The Loch Ness Monster, the Bermuda Triangle, regulators that actually do anything with all the data they now demand from financial firms: all myths, or is there an element of truth? Do regulators really collect massive amounts of new data, rubber-stamp them, then lock them away deep in a JRR Tolkien-inspired mountain dungeon, never to be seen again?
Firms grappling with the challenges of collecting and submitting the volumes of data mandated by regulators might be forgiven for believing that
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