How to avoid corporate inaction


Buy-side firms are collectively losing millions of dollars each year through inefficient, predominantly manual corporate actions processing. And they are doing so at a time when market competition is higher, margins are slimmer and institutions are seeking to reduce risk, increase efficiency and achieve real returns on their investments. By Trema’s Ian Mullane

To some, the connection between automating corporate actions processing and mitigating operational risk is obvious: doing so can not

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