Reporting testing is the cornerstone of QA in FinTech. Any FinTech company, one way or another, sends reports to state regulatory authorities, for example, the SEC (The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission). Naturally, commissions provide an API for such reports. With its help, FinTech companies prepare reports, build them, and finally send them. The most important thing here is to thoroughly test the data collection logic. It's one thing for a company to lose money due to a logical error in the UI, paying only financial losses for it. Errors in reports, which can be fraught with criminal cases, is an entirely different case. Exchange commissions very carefully monitor the accuracy of information received from FinTech companies. Therefore, reliable reporting automation is a priority for any FinTech startup. However, companies are extremely rare ready to outsource this job, due to high risks. To earn trust, a team of testers needs to have strong and approved expertise along with a positive reputation in the FinTech QA market. Take it with extreme caution when choosing a team that will deal with the reporting!