Vizor Software serves a customer base that spans the globe.

Bermuda Monetary Authority

Bermuda

The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the Authority or BMA) regulates Bermuda's financial services sector. The Authority develops risk-based financial regulations that it applies to the supervision of Bermuda’s banks, trust companies, investment businesses, investment funds, fund administrators, money service businesses, corporate service providers and insurance companies. It also regulates the Bermuda Stock Exchange.

Bermuda Monetary Authority

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority

Tanzania

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority was established under the Insurance Act No.10 of 2009 with the mission to develop, promote and maintain an inclusive, efficient, fair, safe and stable insurance market for the benefit and protection of policyholders.

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority

Securities Commission of the Bahamas

Bahamas

Vizor Software's regulatory reporting solution has been implemented at the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB) where it is used to capture information of all regulated persons, create high priority reports, and consolidate all data from multiple databases into one.

Securities Commission of the Bahamas

Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority

Saudi Arabia

SAMA, the Central Bank for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, went live on March 31st, 2015 with phase one of a three-phase regulatory software implementation developed and executed by Vizor Ltd. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a member of the G20.

Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority

Pensions and Insurance Authority, Zambia

Zambia

Furthering their mission to regulate the conduct of the pensions and insurance industry in order to protect stakeholder interests, the Pensions and Insurance Authority of Zambia “go live” with Vizor Software.

Pensions and Insurance Authority, Zambia

National Insurance Commission, Ghana

Ghana

The National Insurance Commission (NIC) was established under Insurance Law 1989 (PNDC Law 227) but now operates under Insurance Act, 2006 (Act 724). The object of the Commission, as detailed in Act 724 is to ensure effective administration, supervision, regulation and control of the business of Insurance in Ghana. NIC is mandated to perform a wide spectrum of functions including licensing of entities, setting of standards and facilitating the setting of codes for practitioners. The Commission is also mandated to approve rates of insurance premiums and commissions, provide a bureau for the resolution of complaints and arbitrate insurance claims when disputes arise.

National Insurance Commission, Ghana

Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority

Namibia

The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) is an independent institution established by virtue of Act No. 3 of 2001 to regulate and supervise financial institutions in the financial services industry in the public interest and fully funded by levies imposed on this industry.

Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority

Insurance Regulatory Authority, Kenya

Kenya

The Insurance Regulatory Authority is a statutory government agency established under the Insurance Act (Amendment) 2006, CAP 487  of the Laws of Kenya to regulate, supervise and develop the insurance industry. It is governed by a Board of Directors which is vested with the fiduciary responsibility overseeing operations of the Authority and ensuring that they are consistent with provisions of the Insurance Act.

Insurance Regulatory Authority, Kenya

Insurance Commission of the Bahamas

Bahamas

The Insurance Commission of The Bahamas was established on July 2, 2009, under The Insurance Act 2005, Chapter 347, and is responsible for the regulation and control of all insurers and intermediaries. 

In its role as both the prudential and market conduct regulator, its purpose is to ensure a sound and stable insurance marketplace and consumer confidence in the insurance industry. 

Insurance Commission of the Bahamas

Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

The December 2001 enactment of the Financial Services Commission Act, 2001 established the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission as an autonomous regulatory authority responsible for the regulation, supervision and inspection of all financial services in and from within the BVI.

Regulated activities which are considered financial services include: insurance, banking, fiduciary services, trustee business, company management, investment business and insolvency services as well as the registration of companies, limited partnerships and intellectual property.

Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands

Insurance Supervision Agency, Macedonia

Macedonia

The Insurance Supervision Agency was set up as an independent regulatory authority that shall promote the fair and efficient functioning of the insurance market with the objective of protection of the rights of the insurance policyholders and beneficiaries.

Insurance Supervision Agency, Macedonia

Central Bank of the Bahamas

Bahamas

The Central Bank of The Bahamas has implemented the Online Reporting and Information Management System (ORIMS). The new financial regulatory technology, strategically implemented by Vizor, provides comprehensive business intelligence to the Central Bank as well as significantly improves data collection, validation, storage, and reporting.

 Central Bank of the Bahamas

Central Bank of Oman

Oman

The Central Bank of Oman, the nation’s central bank, is responsible for promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability in the Sultanate of Oman, as well as for fostering a sound and progressive banking and financial system in the country conducive to its sustained economic growth. Monetary stability means stable prices and confidence in the currency. Financial stability entails detecting and reducing threats to the financial system as a whole.

Central Bank of Oman

Botswana Non-Banking Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority

Botswana

The Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority Act 2006 established the Non-bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA), after the endorsement (by Government) of the Carmichael Consulting Report, which recommended the setup of a single independent Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFI) regulator.

Botswana Non-Banking Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority

Bank of Jamaica

Jamaica

The Bank of Jamaica has implemented the Jamaica Financial Institutions Reporting Management System (JamFIRMS). The system, implemented by Vizor, is used to enhance and support the Central Bank’s Supervisory, Regulatory and Financial Stability oversight functions by improving the data collection processes for reporting, analysis and data dissemination.

Bank of Jamaica

Bank of England

England

The Bank of England was in need of a solution that could collect a variety of data from external entities, and do so securely. The solution also had to perform appropriate business data, and plausibility validation on the data as well as allow users to load, define, apply and maintain business data and plausibility validation rules. In addition, XBRL processing, (including extraction and loading to downstream systems) was also an essential requirement.

Bank of England

Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam

Brunei

AMBD employs the Centralised Statistical System (CSS) by Vizor Software. The solution provides a single portal to collect financial data from external entities, allowing AMBD to produce insightful and detailed reports. It also improves the supervisory lifecycle through the use of Vizor Software’s workflow features, as well as the quality of data being submitted through automatic validation checks.

Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam

Bank of Albania

Albania

Bank of Albania is the sole institution in the Republic of Albania responsible for designing, compiling, approving and implementing the monetary policy.  Monetary policy is the set of principles, measures and instruments, through which the central bank intervenes in the financial markets and in the economy, to achieve its price stability objective.

 The Monetary Policy is designed in the view of achieving the main objective of the Bank of Albania "to achieve and maintain price stability". It includes the intervention and/or position of the Bank of Albania towards financial markets to achieve its main objective.

The monetary policy summarises the respective legal framework (link), the theoretical background employed for modelling, the operational target of monetary policy and the set of monetary instruments used to finalize the monetary policy goals.

Bank of Albania

Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority

Albania

Established in 2006, the Financial Supervisory Authority (AFSA) is a public-law independent institution responsible for regulating and overseeing the non-bank financial system and operators operating in this sector. AFSA reports to the Assembly on its activity.

The main field of our activity is regulation and supervision:

  • the activity of the insurance market and its operators, the market activity of the securities and its operators;
  • of the market activity of voluntary pension funds and its operators;
  • of other non-bank financial activities ".
Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority

Panama Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas

Panama

Panama MEF chose Vizor Software for its Directorate General of Revenues (Dirección General de Ingresos, DGI) to meet their obligations under its Intergovernmental Agreement with the United States’ Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Panama Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait

Kuwait

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait adopted the Vizor Software for FATCA & AEOI solution to meet its FATCA obligations under the terms of its Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the United States of America’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait

Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas

Bahamas

Vizor Software has partnered with the Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas to use the Vizor AEOI solution to effectively implement the country’s OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS) commitments for the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI).

Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize

Belize

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize use the Vizor AEOI solution for cross-border information exchange under the OECD Common Reporting Standard.

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize

International Tax Authority, British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands Government (BVIG) has an Agreement with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a United States Government (USG) tax-reporting initiative. BVIG has also signed a similar agreement with Government of the United Kingdom (UKG) and reporting under this Agreement starts in 2016. In addition, with the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters being extended to the BVI and the BVI adopting the Common Reporting Standards, in 2017 the BVIG will also exchange information with Tax Authorities in other jurisdictions. The intention is for BVIG to use the Vizor platform for the Exchange of Information under these Agreements.

 International Tax Authority, British Virgin Islands

Government of St. Kitts & Nevis Inland Revenue Department

St. Kitts & Nevis

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis adopted the Vizor for FATCA & AEOI solution to meet obligations under an Agreement with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a United States Government (USG) tax-reporting initiative.

Government of St. Kitts & Nevis Inland Revenue Department

General Tax Administration, Angola

Angola

The General Tax Administration, Ministry of Finance, Government of Angola has adopted the Vizor AEOI solution to effectively implement the country’s FATCA obligations. The Vizor solution is used to gather FATCA returns from financial institutions (FIs) and facilitate the production of an extract for transmission to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The most notable feature of the solution is an online portal easily accessible by Angolan FIs to register and report the required account data.

General Tax Administration, Angola

General Authority of Zakat and Tax, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

The General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) is a government agency headquartered in Riyadh and organizationally linked to the Ministry of Finance.

General Authority of Zakat and Tax, Saudi Arabia

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan

Pakistan

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan use the Vizor AEOI solution for cross-border information exchange under the OECD Common Reporting Standard.

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan

Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority

Cayman Islands

The Tax Information Authority of the Cayman Islands, the country with the highest number of financial institutions registered with the Internal Revenue Service under United States FATCA, adopted the Vizor Software for FATCA & AEOI solution in order to meet their FATCA obligations.

Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority

Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance

Bermuda

The Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance, Treaty Unit depends on the Vizor for FATCA & AEOI Solution for Tax Authorities.

Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance

Bermuda Monetary Authority

Bermuda

The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the Authority or BMA) regulates Bermuda's financial services sector. The Authority develops risk-based financial regulations that it applies to the supervision of Bermuda’s banks, trust companies, investment businesses, investment funds, fund administrators, money service businesses, corporate service providers and insurance companies. It also regulates the Bermuda Stock Exchange.

Bermuda Monetary Authority

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority

Tanzania

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority was established under the Insurance Act No.10 of 2009 with the mission to develop, promote and maintain an inclusive, efficient, fair, safe and stable insurance market for the benefit and protection of policyholders.

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority

Securities Commission of the Bahamas

Bahamas

Vizor Software's regulatory reporting solution has been implemented at the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB) where it is used to capture information of all regulated persons, create high priority reports, and consolidate all data from multiple databases into one.

Securities Commission of the Bahamas

Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority

Saudi Arabia

SAMA, the Central Bank for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, went live on March 31st, 2015 with phase one of a three-phase regulatory software implementation developed and executed by Vizor Ltd. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a member of the G20.

Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority

Pensions and Insurance Authority, Zambia

Zambia

Furthering their mission to regulate the conduct of the pensions and insurance industry in order to protect stakeholder interests, the Pensions and Insurance Authority of Zambia “go live” with Vizor Software.

Pensions and Insurance Authority, Zambia

Panama Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas

Panama

Panama MEF chose Vizor Software for its Directorate General of Revenues (Dirección General de Ingresos, DGI) to meet their obligations under its Intergovernmental Agreement with the United States’ Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Panama Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas

National Insurance Commission, Ghana

Ghana

The National Insurance Commission (NIC) was established under Insurance Law 1989 (PNDC Law 227) but now operates under Insurance Act, 2006 (Act 724). The object of the Commission, as detailed in Act 724 is to ensure effective administration, supervision, regulation and control of the business of Insurance in Ghana. NIC is mandated to perform a wide spectrum of functions including licensing of entities, setting of standards and facilitating the setting of codes for practitioners. The Commission is also mandated to approve rates of insurance premiums and commissions, provide a bureau for the resolution of complaints and arbitrate insurance claims when disputes arise.

National Insurance Commission, Ghana

Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority

Namibia

The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) is an independent institution established by virtue of Act No. 3 of 2001 to regulate and supervise financial institutions in the financial services industry in the public interest and fully funded by levies imposed on this industry.

Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait

Kuwait

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait adopted the Vizor Software for FATCA & AEOI solution to meet its FATCA obligations under the terms of its Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the United States of America’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Ministry of Finance – State of Kuwait

Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas

Bahamas

Vizor Software has partnered with the Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas to use the Vizor AEOI solution to effectively implement the country’s OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS) commitments for the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI).

Ministry of Finance, Government of The Bahamas

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize

Belize

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize use the Vizor AEOI solution for cross-border information exchange under the OECD Common Reporting Standard.

Ministry of Finance, Government of Belize

International Tax Authority, British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands Government (BVIG) has an Agreement with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a United States Government (USG) tax-reporting initiative. BVIG has also signed a similar agreement with Government of the United Kingdom (UKG) and reporting under this Agreement starts in 2016. In addition, with the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters being extended to the BVI and the BVI adopting the Common Reporting Standards, in 2017 the BVIG will also exchange information with Tax Authorities in other jurisdictions. The intention is for BVIG to use the Vizor platform for the Exchange of Information under these Agreements.

 International Tax Authority, British Virgin Islands

Insurance Regulatory Authority, Kenya

Kenya

The Insurance Regulatory Authority is a statutory government agency established under the Insurance Act (Amendment) 2006, CAP 487  of the Laws of Kenya to regulate, supervise and develop the insurance industry. It is governed by a Board of Directors which is vested with the fiduciary responsibility overseeing operations of the Authority and ensuring that they are consistent with provisions of the Insurance Act.

Insurance Regulatory Authority, Kenya

Insurance Commission of the Bahamas

Bahamas

The Insurance Commission of The Bahamas was established on July 2, 2009, under The Insurance Act 2005, Chapter 347, and is responsible for the regulation and control of all insurers and intermediaries. 

In its role as both the prudential and market conduct regulator, its purpose is to ensure a sound and stable insurance marketplace and consumer confidence in the insurance industry. 

Insurance Commission of the Bahamas

Government of St. Kitts & Nevis Inland Revenue Department

St. Kitts & Nevis

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis adopted the Vizor for FATCA & AEOI solution to meet obligations under an Agreement with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a United States Government (USG) tax-reporting initiative.

Government of St. Kitts & Nevis Inland Revenue Department

General Tax Administration, Angola

Angola

The General Tax Administration, Ministry of Finance, Government of Angola has adopted the Vizor AEOI solution to effectively implement the country’s FATCA obligations. The Vizor solution is used to gather FATCA returns from financial institutions (FIs) and facilitate the production of an extract for transmission to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The most notable feature of the solution is an online portal easily accessible by Angolan FIs to register and report the required account data.

General Tax Administration, Angola

General Authority of Zakat and Tax, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

The General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) is a government agency headquartered in Riyadh and organizationally linked to the Ministry of Finance.

General Authority of Zakat and Tax, Saudi Arabia

Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

The December 2001 enactment of the Financial Services Commission Act, 2001 established the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission as an autonomous regulatory authority responsible for the regulation, supervision and inspection of all financial services in and from within the BVI.

Regulated activities which are considered financial services include: insurance, banking, fiduciary services, trustee business, company management, investment business and insolvency services as well as the registration of companies, limited partnerships and intellectual property.

Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan

Pakistan

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan use the Vizor AEOI solution for cross-border information exchange under the OECD Common Reporting Standard.

Federal Board of Revenue, Government of Pakistan

Insurance Supervision Agency, Macedonia

Macedonia

The Insurance Supervision Agency was set up as an independent regulatory authority that shall promote the fair and efficient functioning of the insurance market with the objective of protection of the rights of the insurance policyholders and beneficiaries.

Insurance Supervision Agency, Macedonia

Central Bank of the Bahamas

Bahamas

The Central Bank of The Bahamas has implemented the Online Reporting and Information Management System (ORIMS). The new financial regulatory technology, strategically implemented by Vizor, provides comprehensive business intelligence to the Central Bank as well as significantly improves data collection, validation, storage, and reporting.

 Central Bank of the Bahamas

Central Bank of Oman

Oman

The Central Bank of Oman, the nation’s central bank, is responsible for promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability in the Sultanate of Oman, as well as for fostering a sound and progressive banking and financial system in the country conducive to its sustained economic growth. Monetary stability means stable prices and confidence in the currency. Financial stability entails detecting and reducing threats to the financial system as a whole.

Central Bank of Oman

Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority

Cayman Islands

The Tax Information Authority of the Cayman Islands, the country with the highest number of financial institutions registered with the Internal Revenue Service under United States FATCA, adopted the Vizor Software for FATCA & AEOI solution in order to meet their FATCA obligations.

Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority

Botswana Non-Banking Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority

Botswana

The Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority Act 2006 established the Non-bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA), after the endorsement (by Government) of the Carmichael Consulting Report, which recommended the setup of a single independent Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFI) regulator.

Botswana Non-Banking Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority

Bank of Jamaica

Jamaica

The Bank of Jamaica has implemented the Jamaica Financial Institutions Reporting Management System (JamFIRMS). The system, implemented by Vizor, is used to enhance and support the Central Bank’s Supervisory, Regulatory and Financial Stability oversight functions by improving the data collection processes for reporting, analysis and data dissemination.

Bank of Jamaica

Bank of England

England

The Bank of England was in need of a solution that could collect a variety of data from external entities, and do so securely. The solution also had to perform appropriate business data, and plausibility validation on the data as well as allow users to load, define, apply and maintain business data and plausibility validation rules. In addition, XBRL processing, (including extraction and loading to downstream systems) was also an essential requirement.

Bank of England

Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam

Brunei

AMBD employs the Centralised Statistical System (CSS) by Vizor Software. The solution provides a single portal to collect financial data from external entities, allowing AMBD to produce insightful and detailed reports. It also improves the supervisory lifecycle through the use of Vizor Software’s workflow features, as well as the quality of data being submitted through automatic validation checks.

Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam

Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance

Bermuda

The Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance, Treaty Unit depends on the Vizor for FATCA & AEOI Solution for Tax Authorities.

Government of Bermuda, Ministry of Finance

Bank of Albania

Albania

Bank of Albania is the sole institution in the Republic of Albania responsible for designing, compiling, approving and implementing the monetary policy.  Monetary policy is the set of principles, measures and instruments, through which the central bank intervenes in the financial markets and in the economy, to achieve its price stability objective.

 The Monetary Policy is designed in the view of achieving the main objective of the Bank of Albania "to achieve and maintain price stability". It includes the intervention and/or position of the Bank of Albania towards financial markets to achieve its main objective.

The monetary policy summarises the respective legal framework (link), the theoretical background employed for modelling, the operational target of monetary policy and the set of monetary instruments used to finalize the monetary policy goals.

Bank of Albania

Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority

Albania

Established in 2006, the Financial Supervisory Authority (AFSA) is a public-law independent institution responsible for regulating and overseeing the non-bank financial system and operators operating in this sector. AFSA reports to the Assembly on its activity.

The main field of our activity is regulation and supervision:

  • the activity of the insurance market and its operators, the market activity of the securities and its operators;
  • of the market activity of voluntary pension funds and its operators;
  • of other non-bank financial activities ".
Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority

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