New Approaches to Sourcing, Managing Corporate Actions Data -- Webcast


On July 8, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about how financial firms can make the sourcing and processing of corporate actions data more efficient and effective by adopting new approaches, such as the use of a data utility

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Financial firms face many challenges today when it comes to sourcing clean, complete and timely corporate actions data. Once captured, they must overcome further hurdles to ensure the data is processed promptly and that market events are represented in the data value chain. This webinar explores new approaches to sourcing and managing corporate actions data.

The topics covered include:

- The strengths and weaknesses of the processes most commonly used today to capture events and amendments from data feeds
- The precautions financial firms should take to minimize the risk of errors when processing corporate actions, and the controls they should have in place to ensure the impact of a corporate action event on a legal entity structure or security structure is accurately represented
- How new approaches, such as the use of a data utility, can make the management of corporate actions data more effective and efficient


* Lyndsey Fyfe, head of asset services, corporate actions and income, at BNP Paribas
* Karla McKenna, chair of ISO's Technical Committee 68
* Adam Cottingham, vice president, utilities and services, at SmartStream
* Christoph Frohner, corporate actions consultant, at SmartStream
* Moderator: Nicholas Hamilton, deputy editor, Inside Reference Data


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