Firms Seek More Methods To Solve Corporate Actions Discrepancies

Increasing varieties and characteristics create more instances to be addressed, exposing firms' needs

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Patricia Hagerman, vice president, Fidelity ActionsXchange

Discrepancies in corporate actions information are occurring in different ways and for different reasons. This wide array of issues is forcing firms to look at a greater variety of methods to address them, aside from digitization. In a webcast hosted by Inside Reference Data and sponsored by Fidelity ActionsXchange on June 4, corporate actions operations executives met to discuss the challenges.

"Big drivers for discrepancies are the title, classification or categorization of event type," said

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