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Tata Consultancy to Join Corporate Actions Benchmarking Event

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India’s Tata Consultancy Services will join a selection of corporate actions vendors at a London benchmarking event in June organized by City Compass. The event – pitched as an opportunity to benchmark vendor offerings versus user needs – is scheduled for June 30 at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall, in the City. Other participating vendors include ADP Wilco, Checkfree Heliograph, Information Mosaic, Mondas, Vermeg and XcitekSolutionsPlus.

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