Officials remain silent on the closure, which has been in the works since last year, sources say.
Veteran analyst Virginie O’Shea’s new business turns its attention to the ‘soul-destroying’ realm of corporate actions, which is weighed down by inefficiencies, manual processes, and lack of standards.
Fidelity ActionsXchange workflow service is distributed through Eagle Investment Systems' accounting platform
Impacts of OTC derivatives regulation and increased corporate actions complexity are being felt, but firms need not despair
Increasing varieties and characteristics create more instances to be addressed, exposing firms' needs
Archive recording of June 4 webcast covering corporate actions discrepancy issues
Without collection and coordination of data, high quality is difficult to achieve
Corporate actions service sees staffing, branding and product changes
The chief operating officer of the corporate actions information unit of Fidelity has taken a senior vice president position at a health benefits company
Regulatory and front-office demands are creating a need for corporate actions services that can handle greater complexity. Will Dolan of Fidelity ActionsXchange describes how back-office, big data and automation efforts can address that demand
June 2014 -- sponsored by Fidelity ActionsXchange, SIX Financial Information and WorkFusion
Data quality, timeliness and standardization have become the most important traits for corporate actions processing. Michael Shashoua hears from industry experts on the challenges these represent
Will Dolan, who has held a few senior roles within Fidelity Investments since 2004, has been named head of Fidelity ActionsXchange
September 2013 - sponsored by: Axiom, Fidelity ActionsXchange
Fidelity ActionsXchange’s Deborah Culhane describes the benefits of a data-centric approach to regulatory compliance, and advises on how to evaluate the sustainability of outsourcing for data services
Will concern about reducing corporate actions exposures be enough to push the industry toward advancing the ISO 20022 messaging standard?
May 2013 - sponsored by: Fidelity ActionsXchange, SunGard, Thomson Reuters
Several investment firms and service providers are presenting a business case for completing the industry's migration to the ISO 20022 messaging standard for corporate actions
May 2012 - sponsored by: DST, Fidelity ActionsXchange, Information Mosaic, SIX Telekurs, Swift, Thomson Reuters
Strapline: Corporate Actions
Strapline: Corporate Actions
Strapline: Regulation & Standards
Legal entity identifiers are being joined by bi-temporal data, Fatca and Target-2 Securities as major issues for firms to address this year and in coming years
With Fatca looking very likely, the industry will have to search for ways to handle the processing complexities the regulation will create for corporate actions