CityCompass is hosting a briefing on March 3rd, supported by Reference Data Review, to debate the issues raised in RDUG’s Interim White Paper from its Corporate Actions Working Group. The white paper summarises the work carried out to date within the practitioner and vendor/supplier communities and the event aims to discuss the issues and the next steps to implementation. The event will feature presentations by RDUG founder and secretary Anthony Kirby, Hugh Cowell of Cowell Consulting who is working closely with RDUG, Andrew Chilcott of STP Solutions, Nat Sey from FT Interactive Data and Ken Payne from sponsor Asset Control. It also will feature a panel discussion on “How is corporate actions automation processing operating at a market level in the UK? What are the problems? What can be improved?”
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Upcoming Webinar: Entity identification and client lifecycle management – How financial institutions can drive $4 billion in cost savings
Date: 21 January 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes A new model in Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) issuance has created significant opportunities for financial institutions to capitalise on their KYC and AML due diligence. By becoming Validation Agents and obtaining LEIs on behalf of their clients, financial institutions...
By Yann Bloch, Vice President of Product Management at NeoXam. Brexit may be just around the corner, but it is market data spending that financial institutions are more interested in taking back control of right now. In fact, other than regulatory equivalence post the transition period, it is hard to think of a more prominent...
The RegTech Summit Virtual is a global online event that will be held in May 2021 with an exceptional guest speaker line up of RegTech practitioners, regulators, start-ups and solution providers to collaborate and discuss innovative and effective approaches for building a better regulatory environment.
The US corporate actions market has long been characterised as paper-based and manually intensive, but it seems that much progress is being made of late to tackle the lack of automation due to the introduction of four little letters: XBRL. According to a survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and standards...