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A-Team Webinar to Review Trends and Technologies in Post-Trade Digitalisation

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In financial markets, digitalisation is a hot topic. But until now, much of the work around digital transformation has been focused on front-office workflow and the customer experience, rather than back-office functions. But the back office is arguably where a clear digitalisation strategy can yield some of the most significant benefits, particularly as the industry still relies heavily on legacy post-trade platforms, which are often costly and cumbersome to maintain. Additionally, with the move towards T+1 settlement, with regulators placing greater scrutiny on post-trade processes, and with the need to do more with post-trade data, firms increasingly recognise the need to modernise in this area.

In A-Team’s webinar on 27th September sponsored by LCH and Luxoft, ‘New trends and technologies influencing post-trade digitalisation’, a panel of industry experts, including Brad Bailey, Head of Market Intelligence at Clear Street, Omar Abduljalil, Associate Director, Digital Transformation at RBC Capital Markets, Omar Ahmed, Product Director at LCH and Harpreet Singh, Global Offering Lead on Post-trade Solutions at Luxoft, will discuss the topic of post-trade digitalisation, looking at the role technologies such as cloud, DLT/blockchain, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning can play in improving post-trade efficiencies, reducing costs and risk, and delivering added value to both the organisation and the industry as a whole.

We invite you to join us for what should be an engaging discussion.

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