Following its $23 million Series B investment earlier this year, Droit, the technology firm specialising in computational law and regulation, has been chosen by the Endoxa Consortium, a new collaboration of five major global banks, to develop a position reporting and shareholder disclosure utility. The consortium, which includes Barclays, BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, and another tier one bank, aims to set a new industry standard for position reporting.
The background to the initiative is that historically, financial institutions have tackled compliance individually, leading to ambiguities and discrepancies in position reporting and shareholder disclosures. The Endoxa Consortium seeks to establish a unified consensus on position reporting obligations across pivotal regulatory jurisdictions, thereby streamlining regulatory interpretation.
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Droit is a technology firm at the forefront of computational law and regulation within finance and other domains. Founded in 2012, Droit counts many of the largest financial institutions as its clients. Its award-winning, patented platform Adept provides an implementation of regulatory rules reflecting industry consensus. The Adept platform processes tens of millions of inquiries a day, deciding in real-time which interactions are legally permissible across the globe. Adept is used by institutions to evaluate, with sub-millisecond latency, the full regulatory implications of any given interaction within their transactional infrastructure.
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