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Overcoming Data Quality and Automation Issues—Sourcing, Processing and Managing Corporate Actions Data

Overcoming Data Quality and Automation Issues—Sourcing, Processing and Managing Corporate Actions Data

The Panel

  • Christine Strandberg, Product Manager, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
  • Annelotte de Nanassy, Senior Product Manager, SIX
  • James Cunningham, Managing Director, European Regulatory and Market Initiatives, BNY Mellon
  • Moderator: Victor Anderson, Global Content Director, WatersTechnology

The collation, delivery and consumption of corporate actions information plays a critical role in the day-to-day functioning of nearly all financial services firms. While the automation of such functions continues to grow incrementally across the industry, there is still a way to go for large numbers of firms in optimising their corporate actions processing functions.

This webinar explores the key findings from the 2021 SIX-WatersTechnology Corporate actions survey and investigates whether the takeaways from last year’s survey on data quality and technology are still valid. The panellists examine the key challenges around delivering improved corporate actions accuracy and transparency, while significantly reducing latency.

Topics discussed include:

  • Critical issues capital markets firms must overcome to improve automation of their corporate actions processing
  • Business and operational drivers to focus on to improve automation of corporate actions processing
  • The corporate actions event types that pose the greatest operational challenges to market participants
  • The corporate actions use-cases that will grow in importance in the foreseeable future.
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