Harvard Management Company (HMC) has licensed the XSP v5 corporate actions platform. HMC has also licensed XSP’s web-based eTRAN (Electronic Tracking Response and Notifications) and Swift ISO messaging modules for the notification and response capture of elections processing. The XSP v5 platform is built around a service-oriented architecture (SOA), utilising Microsoft .Net components and web services for global enterprise-wide processing. Brendan Farrell, chief executive officer of XSP, says: “HMC is one of several clients taking advantage of the XSP v5 platform… developed to cater to the unique requirements of our clients – incorporating proven functionality with the latest industry standards and technological advances.”
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Harvard Management Licenses XSP v5 Corporate Actions Software
Rising volumes and increasing complexity of corporate actions are challenging market participants’ efforts to reconcile data, automate corporate actions processing, and contain costs. The culprits causing these challenges include legacy systems, missing skills, manual processes, data quality issues, and a lack of standardisation. Added to these is the increasing complexity of corporate actions such as...
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