Corporate Actions while becoming more standardized is certainly not getting any simpler. Recently, we have also seen an enormous spike in the volumes of corporate actions, income and distribution events, spiraling risks on securities operations worldwide. This, along with the prevailing regulatory landscape, is affecting data processing and the number of daily hours required from firms’ personnel to manually manage these actions.
Enter Corporate Actions-as-a-service.
Providing the security, compliance and high availability that financial services companies require combined with the flexibility and agility of the cloud.
Promising to speed up return on investment and reduce the hurdles associated with managing enterprise software.
But how easy is it for a financial institution to adopt this approach?
The webinar was joined by the leaders from Sionic, Deutsche Bank, TCS BaNCS and AWS, to the discuss the future of Asset Servicing and in particular, Corporate Actions as-a Service.
- James (Jim) Monahan, Managing Partner, Sionic
- Carly Byrd, Regional Head-Americas, Tax Operations, Deutsche Bank
- John Kain, Global Head-Business and Market Development, Banking and Capital Markets, AWS
Moderator: Giles Elliott, Global Head-Business Development, TCS BaNCS for Capital Markets
In this webinar, we explored the reimagined model of Corporate Actions on the Cloud and how Asset Servicing technology and cloud providers have joined forces to meet and exceed the expectations of financial institutions.