ABN AMRO Selects MarkLogic for Trade Store
MarkLogic’s single view of data across asset-classes will help ensure compliance with upcoming legislation
London and Utrecht – 8 November, 2016 – MarkLogic Corporation, a leading operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider, today announced that ABN AMRO, the international bank based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has chosen the MarkLogic® database for its Trade Store.
ABN AMRO is using MarkLogic to bring vast amounts of unstructured and structured trade data into one central operational trade data store. With a consistent, transparent record of every order and trade event, ABN AMRO is able to comply with internal and external reporting requirements in a fast and flexible manner, now as well as in the future.
ABN AMRO needed a database that could provide a fully integrated, consolidated view of data to provide a single source of truth for reporting purposes as well as providing alerts when behavior is outside normal parameters. MarkLogic also fitted the bill because its fast development could support the bank’s timeline.
Regulators increasingly want banks to be able to reconstruct trades and retrace data lineage. By building its Trade Store on the MarkLogic database, ABN AMRO can more easily comply with existing and forthcoming financial regulations as the required data is in one place, ensuring data lineage and provenance through an append-only model and providing a uniform and consistent view of orders and trades.
Jaap Boersma, Principal Architect for Capital Markets Solutions, ABN AMRO Bank N.V., said, “We need the ability to respond quickly to changing regulatory requirements. We chose MarkLogic because trade data is notoriously difficult to handle in relational databases. We found the breadth of MarkLogic’s multi-model database and associated features, such as security and ACID transactions, to be compelling.”
“MarkLogic provided credible and verifiable references of similar usage and performed very well on our own proof points, giving us great confidence that with MarkLogic we will be able to manage our data flexibly and efficiently,” added Boersma. “By searching and analysing all our trade data in new ways, we can also envisage other business intelligence benefits such as discovering trends in how trading occurs as well as opportunities in the risk space.”
“Being able to aggregate high quality risk and financial data is an essential component in the new banking regulatory environment. Having a ‘golden reference’ of trade data—stored in one place, with a single view—will help ABN AMRO reduce operational and IT costs and improve efficiency,” said David Northmore, Vice President EMEA at MarkLogic.
About ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
ABN AMRO serves retail, private and corporate banking clients with a primary focus on the Netherlands and with selective operations internationally. In the Netherlands, clients are offered a comprehensive and full range of products and services through omni-channel distribution including advanced mobile application and internet banking. ABN AMRO offers in-depth financial expertise and extensive knowledge of numerous industry sectors. Internationally, the Group’s operations are based on specific expertise and established market positions, including Private Banking, Energy, Commodities & Transportation (ECT) and Clearing. For more information, please visit www.abnamro.com.
About MarkLogic Corporation
For over a decade, organisations around the world have come to rely on MarkLogic to power their innovative information applications. As the world’s experts at integrating data from silos, MarkLogic’s operational and transactional enterprise NoSQL database platform empowers our customers to build next generation applications on a unified, 360-degree view of their data. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, MarkLogic has offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia. For more information, please visit www.marklogic.com.
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