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Leverage regulation to drive strategic transformation

RegCentric supports Financial Services organisations determine the optimal strategy to address regulatory requirements and deliver strategic business process improvement initiatives.


Financial Institutions are subjected to stringent regulatory requirements  to protect consumers, depositors and the economy as a whole. Rather than seeing regulatory compliance as a "cost of doing business", we believe firms will create better business outcomes if they look at regulation as business best practice and enablers for transformation and change. For example, post-GFC regulatory reforms such as those mandated by the Basel Committee have significantly improved the liquidity and capital positions of the industry. Conducting regular stress testing events has prepared the industry both financially and operationally for the events unfolding in the current economy. By using each regulatory change event as an opportunity for change rather than a requirement to comply, organisations will find that compliance programs are not a necessary evil, but that they can complement and support the wider enterprise objectives.

We help our customers navigate the regulatory changes that impact finance and risk departments and strategically and holistically assess their impact on the business and the opportunity to align regulatory outcomes with business strategy.

We differentiate ourselves by being strategic and pragmatic. Our aim is always to build business value, never just to "tick the box". We help organisation leverage regulation to drive transformation. We are hands-on and don't stop at strategy - we actually deliver on the execution.

We help organisations put in place fit for purpose governance, risk and control frameworks across the end-to-end business process and data lifecycle. We leverage advances in technology to efficiently implement strategic solutions that deliver tangible outcomes. We are technology and platform-agnostic.

Our Areas of Expertise

  • Australian regulatory requirements – APRA/ASIC/AUSTRAC

  • Regulatory Reporting

  • Capital Management – Basel II/III

  • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

  • Finance, Accounting, product control

  • Performance management, budgeting, forecasting

  • Data Governance

  • Data integration, standardisation, publication

  • Enterprise Risk Management

  • Governance, Risk and Compliance

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