Regulatory reporting solutions

Make time-consuming, largely manual regulatory reporting a thing of the past with Luxoft’s services. We can integrate third-party tools of your choice, develop a bespoke one, or provide reporting on an XaaS basis. 



Our regulatory reporting services

Regulatory reporting as-a-Service

Reduce TCO and divert resources to your core activities as we migrate your data and reporting infrastructure to a low-cost location as a managed service. 

Bespoke regulatory reporting solutions

Deploy a tool that matches your unique needs with Luxoft’s bespoke solutions for data management, report generation, exception handling, data visualization, and more. 

AxiomSL integration

Leverage Luxoft’s AxiomSL expertise to maximize your ROI and ensure smooth system performance. We can handle integration, configuration, testing, upgrading, and managing your AxiomSL build. 

Moody's integration

Let our experts worry about integrating, customizing, testing, and managing Moody’s banking regulatory reporting platform while you focus on your core activities. 


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Streamlining regulatory reporting for a Japanese bank

We helped our client fulfill their obligations while streamlining workflows and ensuring data quality. 


Reduce your regulatory burden with Luxoft’s services


Regulatory reports don’t have to weigh on your bottom line or bring down your operational efficiency. Let us streamline reporting and compliance for you. 

Our expertise spans multiple jurisdictions (USA, EU, India, Japan, and more), reporting areas (trade and transaction, capital, tax, liquidity, financial regulatory reporting), and third-party tools (AxiomSL, Moody’s). Our 1,200+ risk and regulation consulting experts are also here to advise you on strategy and technology solutions. 


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Let us optimize your regulatory reporting costs


Why choose Luxoft for regulatory reporting needs?


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What we do

Advisory and process


We’re here to help you make well-weighed decisions by assessing the proposed solution’s feasibility, developing the implementation strategy, and drafting a delivery roadmap. With our consulting services, you can rest assured that your project will be well planned out and risk-free. 

Change and build


Our experience across the whole regulatory reporting space allows us to customize and build bespoke solutions that meet your needs. We can help you make the most out of analytics, improve data management, ensure data controls, and streamline analysis and reporting. 

Platform integration


We can help you determine whether buying or building a solution in your case is best with a comprehensive analysis. If you opt for a third-party tool, our experts are here to take care of end-to-end integration, configuration, customization and managed service delivery. 

Digital enablement


Let us help you take advantage of the latest best practices and innovations in regulatory reporting in banking. Our expertise enables us to deliver the most suitable digital solution architecture, intuitive UI/UX design, DevOps and agile delivery, and self-service reporting functionality. 


Our news and insights

How would cloud improve your firm's regulatory response?


How would cloud improve your firm's regulatory response?

The future of RegTech in banking


The future of RegTech in banking

What’s so special about regulatory reporting projects?


What’s so special about regulatory reporting projects?


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Optimize regulatory reporting costs and facilitate compliance with Luxoft



Regulatory projects typically include the following key elements: 

  • Inclusion criteria. They determine when a bank should report a transaction under legal requirements. 
  • Reporting criteria. They pinpoint who is responsible for reporting a transaction. Clear reporting criteria help avoid over-reporting. 
  • Weightage-based reporting rules. These rules prevent over-reporting by assigning the reporting responsibility to the party with the higher weightage. 
  • Unique transaction reporting. Every transaction has to be reported using its unique reference or identifier. 
  • Reporting frequency. Regulatory reports can be submitted in real time or at the end of the day, depending on the legal requirements. 
  • Reporting quality. It’s determined by receiving acknowledgments or negative acknowledgments from regulators; this functionality needs to be tested beforehand and fine-tuned after deployment. 
  • User interface. It has to be simple and intuitive for end users, giving them enough information on transactions reported, regulators’ responses, and reasons behind failures if they occur. 

We advise banks to follow the 3Ds model when moving regulatory projects to the cloud: 

  • Define the business case. Pinpoint the tangible objectives and benefits for your organization to secure stakeholder buy-in. 
  • Data can make or break the migration. Not all data can be migrated to the cloud, depending on the regime, legal requirements, and data type. Data governance will vary based on the kind of data and regulatory requirements. Finally, data must be cleaned up and organized before migration to ensure quality. 
  • Design well. It’s best to avoid taking shortcuts or opting for the fastest solution instead of the best one. Instead, we advise planning the solution well, configuring and customizing it as necessary, and testing it thoroughly.

In our experience, these four critical components of regulatory project delivery often go overlooked —  even though they shouldn’t be: 

  • Reducing technical debt. The desire for quick wins shouldn’t come at the cost of cumbersome, hard-to-maintain, and non-reusable software modules. 
  • Leveraging new technology. Considering the potential of new technology can help organizations introduce solutions that cut time to market, boost financial performance, and enable reusability. 
  • Securing a stakeholder buy-in. Stakeholders should be engaged in the project early on, during project planning and approach selection. 
  • Looking at the big picture. A regulatory reporting project may offer opportunities to consolidate workflows and unify design, and taking advantage of them can substantially increase the ROI.