CityCompass is hosting a briefing on March 3rd, supported by Reference Data Review, to debate the issues raised in RDUG’s Interim White Paper from its Corporate Actions Working Group. The white paper summarises the work carried out to date within the practitioner and vendor/supplier communities and the event aims to discuss the issues and the next steps to implementation. The event will feature presentations by RDUG founder and secretary Anthony Kirby, Hugh Cowell of Cowell Consulting who is working closely with RDUG, Andrew Chilcott of STP Solutions, Nat Sey from FT Interactive Data and Ken Payne from sponsor Asset Control. It also will feature a panel discussion on “How is corporate actions automation processing operating at a market level in the UK? What are the problems? What can be improved?”
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Mark Your Calendars: CityCompass, RDUG Corporate Actions Briefing
While implementation of Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) regulation has been delayed twice for reasons first of complexity and second of the coronavirus pandemic, the final deadline of January 1, 2023 is less than a year away. For banks in scope of the regulation, the time to put necessary risk infrastructure and data...
SmartStream Technologies has released Version 6 of its SmartStream Air cloud-native AI data reconciliations solution. The release includes two new features: enhanced exceptions management capabilities; and attribute-by-attribute matching. The exceptions management enhancement increases automation, while the solution’s AI capabilities manage discrepancies during the reconciliations process by creating exception cases. Users can track the status of...
The briefing will explore challenges around assembling and evaluating ESG data, how to apply new technologies to improve data quality and insight and the impact of regulatory measures on standardisation efforts.
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...