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Atlas uses proprietary artificial intelligence to help you efficiently manage regulatory compliance. Atlas digitizes millions of unstructured documents such as MiFID2, GDPR or company policies into its cloud-based platform allowing Atlas to provide answers to compliance queries in seconds.

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Equip governance, risk and compliance officers with artificial intelligence tools to improve their efficiency.

Streamline Regulatory Responses

Extract regulatory obligations and generate data-driven workflows in seconds.

Revenue Protection

Mitigate costly risks by effectively managing regulatory obligations & saving costs on consultants.

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Intuitive Queries

With cutting edge NLP technology, pose your research questions like you’re talking to a human compliance expert.

What is the formal guidance on the definition of a market maker?
Market Abuse Regulation

‘market maker’ means a market maker as defined in point (7) of Article 4(1) of Directive 2014/65/EU;

Fair and Effective Markets Review

A market participant who facilitates trading ina financial instrument by supplying (tradable) buy and sell quotes. Market makers may act as members of exchanges,though FICC markets more often rely on market makerstrading on an OTC basis.

Global Precious Metals Code

In the examples below, the commodities research analyst and bank Market Maker disclose research after it has been published

Precision Highlighting

Pinpoint the exact section of the document to check the answer.

Access criteria should only exclude participants where absolutely necessary to ensure the effective functioning of the market. Open access requirements should help to remove unnecessarybarriers, and support moves to more all-to-all trading

MiFID2 will extend non-discriminatory access requirements toFICC trading venues classed as OTFs. Many FICC markets havea two-tier structure of separate dealer-to-dealer anddealer-to-client markets. Dealer-to-dealer markets exist toallow market makers to lay off risk among themselves in a waythat maximises their ability to perform their market-makingfunctions. But it is important to ensure that access to thesemarkets is appropriate, and free from artificial barriers.However, much will depend on how the MiFID framework isapplied in practice.

Extract Obligations

Instantly identify regulatory obligations and suggest reccomended controls to streamline the regulatory response process.

What are my firm's obligations for MiFID2 as a sell side bank?
Transparency

MiFID2 will extend pre and post-trade transparency requirements to FICC markets.

Venue neutrality.

MiFID2 will also introduce strong requirements on venueoperators to prevent or manage conflicts of interest, including banning operators from most forms of dealing against their own capital within the system.

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News Aggregation

Hundreds of news sources are aggregated and analyzed for you to keep you up to date on the latest industry regulatory news.

Bank Reputation Tarnished from Lack of Compliance

Major multi-national banks have failed to act by not effectively managing their regulatory risk and have paid the price in large fines and reputational damage that will severely cost their busienss. Firms are urged to take action immediately to ensure they are following industry-best practices. By leveraging cognitive tools, firms have been able to see great revenue protection benefits and established a competetive edge in the market through a trusted financial services provider.

ABC Bank has recently been fined for a series of compliance failures due to inadequate policies and accountability set up by the management administration.

Most front-line financial services staff were not able to meet compliance obligations due to the overburdensome requirements and policies set out by the business.

Large Bank fined for not being able to meet regulatory deadlines. It was noted that the firm was incapable of understanding its obligations and acting fast enough to meet the requirements.

Firms We Work With

Our relationships with various industry participants allows you to leverage industry-wide best practices.

Regulators

As trusted industry partners

Financial Services Firms

Banks, Brokers, Funds Management Firms

Consultants

Major consultancy firms

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