Post-Trade Automation: The Race Toward Efficiency

Broadridge's Danny Green sits down with Victor Anderson and discusses his firm's recent acquisition of Itiviti, technology mutualization, and the back-office pain points currently impacting Broadridge’s clients.

Danny Green, Head of International Post-Trade at Broadridge, chats to Victor Anderson about a number of issues on Broadridge’s technology and operations radar, the firm’s recent acquisition of Itiviti, and how Broadridge is helping to alleviate its clients’ regulatory burden. In this interview they discuss: 

  • The thinking behind Broadridge’s acquisition of Itiviti, and how the addition of Itiviti’s trading and connectivity services has enhanced Broadridge’s ability to offer a single, front-to-back-office trading and connectivity platform to support the entire trade lifecycle.
  • What technology mutualization means in practice to Broadridge and what he sees as the key benefits accruing to capital markets firms on both sides of the industry―the buy side and the sell side―on the back of technology mutualization.
  • Broadridge’s clients’ specific technology and operational pain points right now, especially from a back-office perspective, and how interoperability, modularity and scalability help to address those challenges. 
  • How Broadridge is helping to alleviate the regulatory burden on its clients, especially across the Asia-Pacific region. 

Click on this link for a downloadable global market study on the benefits of adopting a multi-asset strategy with respect to post-trade processing, and a report on how technology simplification can drive competitive advantage throughout the trade lifecycle.

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