Treasury Consulting LLP - Information Technology (IT)

Treasury Consulting LLP is a Multi-Disciplinary Consulting firm incorporated in India. Sitting today Company is having more than 8 Verticals having 40 Business Streams. We do covers Clients across the Globe covering Markets like United States (US), Canadian Markets, Australia & New Zealand(ANZ), Asian Financial Markets (Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines), OPEC Region (Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Bahrain), African Markets, Indian Markets and still counting.

Sitting today Company do have ​Information Technology (IT) Desk which covers the following ::

​Data Analytics, F​inancial Data Reference Providers (FDRP), ​​Treasury Management Systems (TMS), E​nterprise Resource Planning (ERP),​Order Management Systems (OMS), Execution Management Systems (EMS), Financial Technologies (FinTech), Regulatory Technologies (RegTech)​

Treasury Consulting LLP - Fixed Income Platform would be covering all 4 Domains of Virtual Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Desk where by covering all 25 functions for respective Corporates across the Globe. Treasury Consulting LLP upcoming Subsidiary in Singapore would be adding more functions to our CFO Desk

IT Desk - Data Analytics

  • Data Analytics @ Structured Data
  • Data Analytics @ Unstructured Data
  • Data Analytics @ Suspicious Transaction Reporting (STR)
  • Data Analytics @ EBAM Systems
  • Big Data Analytics @ Hadoop, Spark
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Treasury Technologies

  • Treasury Management Systems (TMS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Order Management Systems (OMS)
  • Execution Management Systems (EMS)
  • Assets Classes Pricers
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Financial Data Reference (FDR)

  • Currency Data – Direct Pairs, Indirect Pairs
  • Cross Currency Data – G7 Crosses, G20 Crosses
  • Interest Rate Swaps (IRS) Data
  • Overnight Index Swaps (OIS) Data
  • Credit Derivatives Reference Data
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FinTech/RegTech

  • BCBS 2329
  • Fundamental Review of Trading Book (FRTB)
  • Global Data Prevention Regulation (GDPR)
  • Markets In Financial Instruments Directive II
  • Markets In Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR)
  • Securities Financing Transaction Regulation
  • Markets Abuse Directive (MAD)
  • Markets Abuse Regulation (MAR)
  • The Comprehensive Capital Analysis & Review (CCAR)
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Assets Classes Pricers

  • Currency Pricers
  • Commodities Pricers
  • Energy Pricers
  • Foreign Exchange (FX) Pricers
  • Fixed Income Pricers
  • Derivatives Pricers
  • Fixed Income Portfolio Strategies (FIPS) Pricers
  • Credit Derivatives Pricers

Treasury Consulting LLP is having Quantitative Capability to Design,Compute and Test Assets Classes Pricers for TMS.

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Execution Management Systems
Financial Technologies
Regulatory Technologies
InsurTech
PTA/PTC

TREASURY CONSULTING LLP

Data Analytics
​Financial Data
Treasury Management Systems
​Enterprise Resource Planning
​Order Management Systems

Information Technologies (IT) Desk ::

  • Data Analytics @ Structured Data
  • Data Analytics @ Unstructured Data
  • Data Analytics @ Suspicious Transaction Reporting (STR)
  • Data Analytics @ EBAM Systems
  • Big Data Analytics @ Hadoop, Spark
  • Treasury Management Systems (TMS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Order Management Systems (OMS)
  • Execution Management Systems (EMS)
  • Assets Classes Pricers
  • Currency Data – Direct Pairs, Indirect Pairs
  • Cross Currency Data – G7 Crosses, G20 Crosses
  • Interest Rate Swaps (IRS) Data
  • Overnight Index Swaps (OIS) Data
  • Credit Derivatives Reference Data
  • BCBS 2329
  • Fundamental Review of Trading Book (FRTB)
  • Global Data Prevention Regulation (GDPR)
  • Markets In Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II)
  • Markets In Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR)
  • Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR)

Treasury Consulting LLP - IT Desk

  • Data Analytics
  • Structured Data
  • Unstructured Data
    ( IT )
  • Suspicious Transaction Reporting (STR)
  • Big Data Analytics

Treasury Consulting LLP - IT Desk

  • Treasury Management Systems (TMS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Financial Technologies
  • Regulatory Technologies
  • Credit Analytics


Treasury Consulting LLP - Technological Series

Global Data Prevention Regulation (GDPR) ::

GDPR is a broad regulation requiring firms to take stock of personal data they hold, understand how it is used, ensure its privacy, and respond to individuals wanting to enforce rights around their data. Some financial services firms are already compliant, many are in the process, and there are, no doubt, latecomers with everything to do before the May 25, 2018 compliance deadline. But wherever a firm is on the journey, getting GDPR right is imperative to avoiding astronomical fines and suffering significant reputational damage. Many of GDPR's principles are similar to those of the Data Protection Directive of 1995, so for firms already complying with the directive this is a good starting point, although there are new elements and enhancements that need to be implemented to ensure transparency and provision of individuals' rights under GDPR. The regulation also puts greater emphasis on the documentation that data controllers must keep to demonstrate their accountability, calling for an enterprise-wide approach to managing data privacy and improved data governance.

Ensure your organisation understands the impact of GDPR and can identify any issues that could cause compliance problems. Senior management buy-in is essential and large organisations may need to look at resource allocation.

Document all personal data that is held by the organisation, including data that falls into special categories, where the data came from, and any other organisations it is shared with. An information audit across the organisation or within particular businesses may be necessary. GDPR also requires data processing activities to be recorded. For example, if inaccurate personal data is shared with another organisation, the inaccuracy must be communicated to ensure both organisations correct the data. This action must be documented.

Current privacy notices should be reviewed and amended in line with GDPR requirements. Personal data collection currently requires giving people information such as the organisation's identity and how it intends to use the information. Under GDPR there are additional requirements, including the need to explain the lawful basis for processing the data, retention periods, and individuals' rights to complain to supervisory authorities if they think there is a problem with the way their data is being handled.

Policies and procedures should be checked to ensure they cover individuals' rights under GDPR. The rights are: the right to be informed, the right of access, the right to rectification, the right to erasure, the right to restrict processing, the right to data portability, the right to object, and the right not to be subject to automated decision-making including profiling. In great part, the rights of individuals under GDPR are the same as those under the Data Protection Directive - or the Data Protection Act as the directive is interpreted in UK legislation. The right to data portability is new, but only applies to personal data an individual has provided to a controller where processing is based on an individual's consent or for the performance of a contract, and when processing is carried out by automated means. All personal data must be provided in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format, and must be free of charge.

Organisations need to review and be able to identify their lawful basis for processing personal data, document the lawful basis, and explain it in privacy notices. While a lawful basis for processing does not have many practical implications under current law, GDPR modifies some individuals' rights depending on the lawful basis for processing their personal data. Be aware, for example, that individuals have a stronger right to have data deleted where an organisation uses consent as the lawful basis for processing.

Firms should review how they seek, record and manage consent and make changes where necessary. GDPR requires consent to be freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous. There must be a positive opt-in - consent cannot be inferred from silence, pre-ticked boxes or inactivity. It must be separate from other terms and conditions, and there must be simple ways for individuals to withdraw consent. There is not necessarily a need to repaper or refresh existing consents for GDPR, although where there is reliance on individuals' consent to process their data, make sure the consent meets the GDPR requirements above. If it doesn't, alter consent mechanisms and get fresh GDPR compliant consent, or identify an alternative lawful basis for processing individuals' personal data.

Procedures need to be in place to detect, report and investigate personal data breaches. GDPR introduces a duty for all organisations to report certain types of data breach to their supervisory authority, and in some cases, to individuals. A breach only has to be notified where it is likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals.

GDPR makes privacy by design a legal requirement and data protection impact assessments (DPIA) mandatory in certain circumstances, particularly when data processing is likely to result in high risk to individuals. Organisations should assess where DPIAs may be necessary, who will run them, and whether they should be run centrally or locally.

Organisations must consider whether they need to formally designate a data protection officer (DPO) on the grounds that they are a public authority or an organisation that carries out regular and systematic monitoring of individuals on a large scale. If an organisation needs a DPO, someone must be designated to take responsibility for data protection compliance and a decision must be made on where the role will sit in the organisation's structure.

Organisations carrying out cross-border processing within the EU must determine a lead data protection supervisory authority and document this. The lead authority is the supervisory authority in the state where an organisation's central administration is located or the location where decisions about the purposes and means of processing personal data are taken and implemented.

  • Financial Institutions (FI)
  • Master Data Management (MDM)
  • Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
  • Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA)
  • Data Protection Officers (DPO)

Information Technologies (IT) Desk - GDPR




Treasury Consulting LLP - Information Technology (IT) Desk

Data Analytics
Treasury Management Systems (TMS)
Assets Classes Pricers
Execution Management Systems (EMS)
Order Management Systems (OMS)

Treasury Consulting LLP - Assets Classes Pricers

Currencies Pricers
Energy Pricers
Commodity Pricers
Fixed Income (FI) Pricers
Foreign Exchange (FX) Pricers

Financial Technologies (FinTech)

Treasury Consulting LLP is having dedicated presence in Financial Technologies (FinTech) where by we would be having our own Fixed Income Platform and by September 2018 we would be launching our own Peer to Peer (P2P) Repo Desk which would be covering Valuation, Pricing of Repurchase Obligation (Repo), Reverse Repurchase Obligations (Reverse Repo) Securities. Our IT Desk covering all IT aspects of Treasury Function.

Treasury Management Systems (TMS)

Treasury Consulting LLP Information Technology (IT) Desk covering complete range of Treasury Management Systems (TMS) Suite which covers Functional Aspects, Technological Aspects, Technical Aspects, Linking with Financial Data Reference (FDR) - Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg. Our IT Desk covering owned TMS Solutions as well which are well defined in our Information Technology (IT), Technological Trainings Section.

24X5 Dedicated IT Audits Support

Treasury Consulting LLP Information Technology (IT) Desk offering 24X5 IT Audits Support covering COBIT Audits, SOC Audits @ SSAE 16 - SOC 1 Audits, SOC 2 Audits, SOC 3 Audits. We do cover IT Frameworks like TOGAF, SABSA, Cyber Security and respective aspects.

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