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
Date: 8 March 2022 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes 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....
Moody’s has continued its foray into the regulatory and compliance segment with the acquisition of two KYC solutions providers: PassFort and 360kompany (a.k.a. kompany). The acquisitions complement Moody’s Orbis company database acquired with Bureau van Dijk, and are aimed at adding to Moody’s KYC, AML and counterparty risk capabilities. The acquisition of PassFort and planned...
The Data Management Summit Europe Virtual brings together the European data management community to explore the latest challenges, opportunities and data innovations facing sell side and buy side financial institutions.
The year since we launched our first edition of the A-Team Alternative Trading Directory has passed by in a flash (no pun intended). And while the rate of expansion of the alternative trading system sector may have slowed – even consolidated somewhat – in the more established centres, their onward march continues both in terms of credibility, and of uptake...