Corporate Actions: Standardization WebCast


Lack of standardization continues to be one of the main challenges in the corporate actions space. In past years industry collaboration has been on the rise, particularly around initiatives aimed at standardizing data at the source-level. But this cannot be done without issuer-engagement and issuers may not get onboard without a regulatory mandate. While the issuer-level discussion continues, market participants continue to standardize further down the chain, with some looking at how to build a business case for moving to ISO 20022. Meanwhile, client requirements continue to dictate how firms spend their corporate actions budgets.

* Reviewing the development of global standardization of corporate actions messages and the adoption of ISO 20022
* engagement: Building the business case for using XBRL for corporate actions and standardizing data at the source-level
* Identifying client requirements for standardized corporate actions announcements

* Christine Strandberg, Product Manager, Global Transaction Services, SEB MERCHANT BANKING
* Ranjit Chatterji, Head of Global Network Management, CITI
* Deb Culhane, Chief Operating Officer,FIDELITY ACTIONSXCHANGE
* Nanda Kumar, Product Director, SIX TELEKURS
* Carla Mangado, European Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA (Moderator)

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