Corporate Actions: Breaking Down the Building Blocks -- Webcast


On October 29, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast concerning the issues at each stage of the corporate actions processing lifecycle, and the standards concerns for corporate actions

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In sourcing and managing corporate actions data, financial firms have to consider specific data from different parts of the corporate actions lifecycle - position, selection, entitlement and event. This webcast will look into the differences in each of these parts and the distinct challenges involved in each part. In addition, panelists will discuss what is needed to standardize corporate actions overall, and the best type of systems to deploy for corporate actions processing.

- What issues can occur at each lifecycle stage?
- Are there issues with conflicting standards being used or proposed for corporate actions?
- What data utilities or providers' services can contribute to improving efficiency and accuracy of corporate actions processing at each stage of the lifecycle?

Moderator: Michael Shashoua, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA
• Stuart Martin, Global Head of Asset Servicing, THOMSON REUTERS
• Penny Nash, Pricing, Reference, Corporate Actions, S&P CAPITAL IQ
• Lyndsey Fyfe, Head of Asset Services (Corporate Actions and Income), BNP PARIBAS
• Kerry White, Managing Director at BRANT ROCK ADVISORY SERVICES and Former Managing Director, Global Director, Strategic Product Delivery and Commercialization, BNY MELLON


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