Deutsche Boerse-owned counterparty data specialist Avox has added Nomura International to its roster of clients, where it joins the likes of Citigroup, Dresdner Kleinwort, Barclays Capital, Bank of Scotland and Standard Bank. Nomura International also entered into a three-year deal with Avox competitor CounterpartyLink last year (Reference Data Review, October 2006).
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Avox Signs Up Nomura International
Recorded Webinar: Adverse media screening – how to cut exposure to criminal activity, from money laundering to human trafficking
Screening for adverse media coverage of counterparties presents an incredible opportunity for financial institutions to limit risk exposures and identify bad actors early. It is required by regulations such as the EU’s sixth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AML 6), and is one of the most effective ways to steer clear of potential connections with sanctioned activity...
SimCorp is collaborating with J.P. Morgan’s securities services to provide mutual clients with front-to-middle office and custody integration. The integration is live at an asset owner in Asia-Pacific and is designed to address costly and fragmented investment processes that contribute to operational risk by automating workflows and increasing data transparency. The companies suggest post-trade processing...
TradingTech Summit (TTS) Virtual will look at how trading technology operations can capitalise on recent disruption and leverage technology to find efficiencies in the new normal environment. The crisis has highlighted that the future is digital and cloud based, and the ability to innovate faster and at scale has become critical. As we move into recovery and ‘business as usual’, what changes and technology innovations should the industry adopt to simplify operations and to support speed, agility and flexibility in trading operations.
The US corporate actions market has long been characterised as paper-based and manually intensive, but it seems that much progress is being made of late to tackle the lack of automation due to the introduction of four little letters: XBRL. According to a survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and standards...