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Baader Bank modernises regulatory trade and transaction reporting with Broadridge


  • Baader Bank, based in Germany, is upgrading its regulatory trade and transaction reporting systems with the assistance of Broadridge Financial Solutions’ technology.
  • Broadridge and Baader Bank already have an established strategic relationship, with Baader Bank utilizing Broadridge’s front and middle office solutions for order management, trading, and market connectivity.
  • Baader Bank provides European clients with access to various asset classes such as equities, bonds, derivatives, and funds/ETFs, as well as primary market transactions.
  • Broadridge’s regtech platform will support regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions, including MiFID, FinfraG, EMIR (Refit), and SFTR. This comprehensive reporting solution aims to unify and enhance Baader Bank’s regulatory reporting framework.
  • Baader Bank, headquartered in Unterschleissheim near Munich, is a family-run bank employing around 550 people. It operates in market making, capital markets, brokerage, fund services, account services, and research services.
  • Broadridge, with over $6 billion in revenues and 14,700+ employees across 21 countries, offers investor communications and technology solutions to various financial institutions, public companies, investors, and mutual funds.
  • Some of Broadridge’s clients include UBS, Danske Bank, Maybank Investment Bank, NorthWall Capital, and CGS International.

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