BoE announces new centralised data platform

UK central bank teams up with Autorek for two-phase project

Bank of England and Stock Exchange
Rachael King

The Bank of England will roll out a new automated data reconciliation platform in two phases, after it teamed up with fintech firm Autorek.

Following a competitive tender process, the central bank selected the firm to help create a centralised platform for its day-to-day data reconciliation tasks.

Scottish firm Autorek currently offers a number of data services to financial sector participants to assist with the regulatory reporting of certain data, including that required under Europe’s

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