Gurvinder Singh, Indus Valley Partners

Indus Valley Partners enhances RAPTOR solution to support CAT regulation

Indus Valley Partners, a provider of technology solutions to the buy side, has launched a new CAT module for its global regulatory reporting platform, IVP RAPTOR.  

Designed to assist funds in complying with FINRA’s proposed consolidated audit trail (CAT) initiative, IVP’s CAT module enables users to streamline daily regulatory obligations in an effectively managed and timely manner. 
CAT, which will go live in November 2019, is a single, consolidated central repository that collects information on trade origination, order reporting, cancellations, modifications and executions for all exchange-listed equities and options throughout the US National Market System (NMS).
With the assistance of IVP’s new module, industry members and interactive brokers can seamlessly streamline trade/order workflows and transaction reporting including exception management and reference data integration. The module also provides comprehensive encapsulations as per the regulation’s prescribed formats to assist funds in directly reporting order entities and events on a daily basis.
“Since its inception, IVP RAPTOR has provided clients with a transparent and comprehensive platform to ensure seamless compliance as new and evolving regulations enter the market,” says Gurvinder Singh (pictured), CEO of Indus Valley Partners. “Although the demanding nature of CAT will have multiple implications for managers, IVP RAPTOR will continue to enable clients to adapt to the reporting requirements that the CAT encompasses.”

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