Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence


Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence (TRRI) is a single solution that empowers users to make well-informed decisions to confidently manage regulatory risk (in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance [BFSI]), while providing them with the tools to make proactive decisions and action change within their organizations.

Content within Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence has been configured to ensure users can easily find the information required to get clarity on what is most important to their organizations. This simplifies the research process so they don't have to spend time sifting through vast amounts of irrelevant information.

Features and Benefits

Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence currently tracks and monitors over 670 regulatory bodies and curate more than 1,250 regulatory and legislative rulebooks globally. A variety of content types are accessible from this central knowledge base.

The expertise and knowledge provided by our regulatory intelligence experts and editorial team is second to none. The team is made up of industry experts, including some former regulators. This means that users have access to highly trusted and reliable information to make well-informed decisions to manage their regulatory risk confidently

The full content within TRRI can be filtered to the exact needs of the organization to provide clarity on what is most important using the available filter parameters; geography, sector, content type, organizations and themes.

Additional Content Info

Market Background

The BFSI regulatory environment continues to be ever-evolving with constantly shifting expectations of regulatory bodies, the increasing number of regulatory changes and the rising costs of compliance. A typical global organization deals with an average of 125, at times conflicting, regulatory developments on a daily basis. Each of these developments carry possible risk and can leave an organization vulnerable if the potential risk is not properly managed and mitigated. Consequences of non-compliance, which include personal liability and reputational damage for the organization, are more severe. Compliance professionals on average spend up to 10 hours per week collecting and analyzing regulatory developments from multiple sources, while also carrying out their daily responsibilities. Decisions must be made proactively by foreseeing the developments and challenges that lie ahead. Swift action must be taken to assess the impact on the organization, report to the board and organization as a whole, and put appropriate plans in place.

Product Delivery

Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence

Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence delivers a focused view of the global
regulatory environment, enabling you to manage regulatory risk with
confidence using the most comprehensive and trusted intelligence available.

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