Deutsche Börse to Exit Regulatory Reporting Business

Sources say a pricing war and cost pressures are causing service providers to reconsider their regulatory reporting businesses.


Deutsche Börse will offload its regulatory reporting businesses—Regulatory Reporting Hub, Approved Reporting Mechanism (ARM) and Approved Publication Arm (APA)—in the coming months, WatersTechnology has learned.

“The Regulatory Reporting Hub will not be part of our core portfolio in the medium term, and we are currently evaluating different options,” a spokesperson for Deutsche Börse says.

The Hub is a compliance platform that enables sell-side and buy-side clients, corporates, regulated

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