Corporate Actions: Automation webcast

coac-automationwebcast-16nov2010

Greater automation continues to be singled out as one of the most important factors for reducing risk of corporate actions processing, something which is now considered a key priority for firms. This is also why corporate actions has remained in the spotlight throughout the financial crisis. Software projects have remained on the agenda, and the market has seen increased collaboration to standardize. The challenge now is to continue to move forward and improve timeliness of corporate actions processing.

* Risk management: Is the risk associated with corporate actions processing recognized at the top level?
* What STP rate should firms be aiming for if 100% STP is unrealistic?
* How could data tagging at the source level affect corporate actions automation?

Speakers:
* Justin Chapman, senior vice president, global head of change management, Northern Trust
* Tom Dalglish, chief information architect, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
* Jane Foo, Data Solutions, Global Business/Product Manager, Bloomberg
* Arno Wilhelm, Head of customer projects and consulting, SIX Telekurs
* Philipp Breitenmoser, Product Manager, SIX Telekurs
* Carla Mangado, Staff Writer, Inside Reference Data (Moderator)

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