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Introducing Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence Feeds
Regulatory Intelligence Feeds incorporates our client-driven taxonomy to automate the flow of regulatory information into your organization. Content is extracted from our regulatory database – the same source that drives our Regulatory Intelligence solution. This allows for a smarter and easier workflow to be created in the application, and by utilizing our data feed in your compliance activities, you can be assured that the business is reviewing and implementing regulatory change as it occurs.
Regulatory Intelligence Feeds provides you with an easily tailored and filtered feed creation and allows client-defined, customizable feeds for direct relevance to your organization. The feed is based on one XML schema, so you can intuitively filter by familiar fields: content type, geography, keyword, sector, organizations and themes – giving you an implementation cycle that lets you customize alerts and calendars and reduces operational costs.
As content is provided in a standardized XML format, your organization can feed it into your existing workflow solution through one of our global partner platforms, or into our Regulatory Change Management solution.
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