Our bank partners

3 Banken Gruppe
Hypo- und Privatbanken
Bank Austria Logo Icon
UniCredit Bank Austria
Volksbank Wien
Raiffeisen Icon
Raiffeisen Banken Gruppe
Erste Group
Erste Group Bank

Our most important stakeholders

Oesterreichische Nationalbank LogoThe central bank of the Republic of Austria OeNB


AuRep acts as a hub of the regulatory reporting system between the OeNB and credit institutions. The Österreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) is regulatorily required to collect and process financial statistical data, generate and provide numerous primary statistics based on those data. The statutory principles at the national level are provided by, above all, the National Bank Act, the Austrian Banking Act and the Foreign Exchange Act; and at the European level by the regulation for collection of statistical information by the European Central Bank, the regulation on prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms, the technical standards of the European Banking Authority, and the regulations and guidelines of the European Central Bank. Moreover, OeNB is obliged to provide data in the framework of international cooperations and agreements.

For more information: www.oenb.at

European Banking Authority LogoEBA


The European Banking Authority (EBA) is an independent EU Authority ensuring effective and consistent prudential regulation and supervision in the European banking sector. Its objectives are to maintain financial stability in the EU and to secure the integrity, efficiency and proper functioning of the banking sector. The main task of the EBA is to contribute to the creation of the European Single Rulebook in banking whose objective is to provide a single set of harmonised prudential rules for financial institutions throughout the EU. The Authority also plays an important role in promoting convergence of supervisory practices and is mandated to assess risks and vulnerabilities in the EU banking sector. The EBA is part of the European System of Financial Supervision, which includes three supervisory authorities: the European Securities and Markets Authority, the European Banking Authority and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority. The EBA is independent but accountable to the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission.

For more information: www.eba.europa.eu

Europaeische Zentralbank LogoECB


The European Central Bank (ECB) is the prime component of the Eurosystem and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) as well as one of seven institutions of the European Union. It is one of the world's most important central banks. The objectives of the European Central Bank (ECB) regarding price stability in the eurozone and the shared responsibility for the stability of the financial markets in the region, require the regular availability of high-quality and internationally comparable statistical information. Therefore, the ECB – based on the Statute of the European System of Central Banks and the European Central Bank and the “statistics regulation” of the ECB – has the right to establish a harmonised reporting system for the eurozone.

For more information: www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/html/index.de.html

Regnology Logo 2.0 RgbRegnology

Software Partner

Regnology is a leading technology provider on a mission to bring safety and stability to the financial markets. With an exclusive focus on regulatory reporting and more than 7,000 financial institutions, 30 regulators and 20 tax authorities as clients, we’re uniquely positioned to bring greater data quality, efficiency and cost savings to all market participants. With over 800 employees in 12 countries and a unified data ingestion model powering our work, our clients can quickly implement and derive value from our solutions and easily keep pace with ongoing regulatory changes.

Regnology was formed in 2021 when BearingPoint RegTech, a former business unit of BearingPoint Group, joined forces with Vizor Software, a global leader in regulatory and supervisory technology.

For more information: www.regnology.net

Raiffeisen Informatik

Data centre partner

Raiffeisen Informatik provides professional IT services for key accounts in Austria and abroad – with a focus on servicing companies in the Raiffeisen sector, UNIQA and companies of other financial service providers. The portfolio of the Austrian data centre operator ranges from highly available IT operations by outsourcing, security services, consulting and licence management all the way to full workstation support.

The basis for the provision of the professional services is shaped by Raiffeisen Informatik Data Center, which meets the highest quality and security standards:

  • Data storage in Austria
  • TÜV-Zertifizierung „Trusted Site Infrastructure“ (TSI)
  • Sophisticated redundancy and security concept
  • High-security area incl. individual access control system with logging
  • Security control centre by EN50518
  • High-speed infrastructure
  • Uninterruptible power supply

For more information: www.raiffeiseninformatik.at

Oracle LogoOracle

infrastructure partner

Oracle provides products and services for all areas of IT in companies from all sectors, applications, platform and infrastructure including the Oracle database, middleware, applications and hardware (Oracle engineered systems, servers, storage, network components and industry-specific products) with support and services. The products are offered via various flexible and interoperable models: On-Premise, cloud-based and hybrid models. Oracle database products offer customers cost-optimised and powerful versions of Oracle database, the world’s leading converged database management system with multiple models as well as in-memory, NoSQL and MySQL databases. By Oracle Cloud@Customer or in the Oracle cloud infrastructure, customers can simplify relational database environments and reduce their administrative burdens. In addition, the Oracle cloud also provides a versatile, innovative range of services with analytics, data science, AI/ML, big data and the integration of third-party systems to generate added value for the business from the data. In addition to the pure cloud offers, customers can also use a hybrid IT model in which individual IT resources run in the Oracle cloud and others in their own data centre. This option allows both to be managed as one environment. The concept “Cloud at Customer” is unique, by which customers can use certain Oracle cloud PaaS and IaaS offers in their own data centre in order to meet company or country-specific requirements. Customers receive the same software, services, functionality and ease of use as they do in the Oracle Public Cloud including billing model. Oracle products are developed by engineers and developers in such a way that they are applicable for the various usage models. Flexibility, user friendliness, seamless compatibility, expandability and agility are the top priorities.

For more information: www.oracle.com