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DTCC Outlines Plan For No-touch Post-trade Processing

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DTCC has outlined a vision for institutional trade processing that aims to realise the goal of STP by eliminating manual touch points. In a white paper, Re-Imagining Post-Trade: No-Touch Processing Within Reach, the company explains the need for a new approach and plans for achieving no-touch processing, including an effective way to leverage existing infrastructure. “We have a plan to create an open, integrated and resilient post-trade infrastructure that eliminates redundancies and manual processing across an increasing set of asset classes. It is designed so the trade lifecycle can be managed from one platform,” says Matthew Stauffer, managing director at DTCC.

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