Daiwa Securities America is to automate its corporate actions processing using Xcitek’s XSP platform and the company’s corporate actions data. The platform will work alongside SunGard’s Phase 3 back-office system, and is aimed at reducing operational risk and increasing efficiency in corporate actions handling. The system is expected to be live by April. Meanwhile, Invesco has licensed XSP for use in its European and Asian offices as part of an enterprisewide deal. The contract also involves rolling out Xcitek’s eTran notifications system.
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Daiwa Securities America, Invesco License Xcitek’s XSP
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