In a bid to move closer to standardization and greater automation of corporate actions data, Financial Technologies International is utilizing technology from financial messaging provider Volante Technologies. The technology will initially incorporate Volante’s message modelling solution into FTI’s StreetActions corporate actions service enabling it to utilize the Swift network – in particular the Swift message types MT564 and MT565 – and in preparation for the launch of ISO 15022-compliant services. FTI plans to extend the solution to a variety of FTI’s StreetEnterprise modules to accommodate other messaging and transaction processing standards that Volante’s data integration software platform supports, such as FIX, Omgeo, CMS and others.
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Digital transformation is a requirement to succeed in today’s information economy. As business leaders begin to acknowledge this necessity, they seek to navigate a successful path to digitisation, but they must start with a foundation of data understanding, maturity and trust – a crucial prerequisite for the digital transformation adventure. This webinar will consider the...
Xenomorph has regrouped and is chasing growth following the appointment of Neil Sheppard to lead the EMEA and APAC business, a reset to solution rather than product sales, and restructured funding. The company has been pretty low-profile in the market over the past few years, particularly since Brian Sentance stepped down from the role of...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
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