Enabling Open Digital Regulatory Reporting for Prudential and Financial Regulations with BIRD

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools enables the description of the ECB's BIRD data model using the open, mature Ecore standard.

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools also provides an open standard called RPMN (Regulatory Process and Modelling Notation) for describing and regulatory logic and tests for financial and prudential reporting and the unique lineage challenges of this kind of regulatory logic.

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools also provides a reference implementation of open source tools for creating content in the standard and even executing regulatory logic defined in the standard, and encourages the further development of other open or commercial tools for RPMN.

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools is also providing an open port of the Finrep logic implementation developed by the ECB’s BIRD project in VTL, into the RPMN standard, and build on top of the BIRD Data Model developed collaboratively by the ECB and member banks and central banks of the EU.

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools is also providing a collaborative description of the FRTB SBA regulation, which can help banks in the model validation and testing of this regulation required globally by 2025

Eclipse Free BIRD Tools provides translators of the ECB BIRD artifacts in its published formats into RPMN

The code and standard definitions are freely available on Github

The initial RPMN specification is available at the Github Wiki

The Eclipse Free BIRD Project is governed by the open source Eclipse Foundation , and as such is vendor nuetral with full IP tracability and a strong open source but commercially friendly license.

We show below a comparison between ISDAs DRR Process for Trade/Transaction reporting and DRR with BIRD enabled by Eclipse Free BIRD Tools

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An overview of the ECB BIRD project is provided below:

What is BIRD?

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