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INSIDE INSIGHT

AS INDUSTRY EXPERTS, WE TRACK SECTOR DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS

Areas of focus include:
• The impact of the economic cycle
• Market trends
• Future regulatory developments
• Industry initiatives
• The changing requirements and demands of end clients
• The evolving needs and expectations of Asset Services operational groups
• Relevant technological trends

 

If you would like to find out more about any of these topics and how they may impact your organisation or processes, please contact us.

"EXPERIENCED INDUSTRY INSIDERS DON'T JUST KNOW ABOUT THE CURRENT STATE OF THEIR PARTICULAR SECTOR. THEY ALSO HAVE A STRONG SENSE OF WHERE THINGS ARE GOING IN THE FUTURE - AND WHERE THERE ARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GAINING A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE."

ADAM STERN,

MANAGING DIRECTOR

INDUSTRY LINKS

MARKET STANDARDS

ISO15022 Standards

ISO20022 Standards

International Securities Lending Association

SWIFT Standards & Releases

Securities Market Practice Group

CLAIMS MANAGEMENT PLATFORM VENDORS

ASSET SERVICES PLATFORM VENDORS

Broadridge

S&P Global - Information Mosaic

Smartstream

The Corporate Action Company

PROXY VOTING SERVICE PROVIDERS

ASSET SERVICES SURVEY

In 2011, Ibacas conducted a detailed survey to investigate the levels of process optimisation for Asset Services operations within the Investment Banking sector.

The management teams from nine of the leading Global Investment Banks were interviewed in depth by senior Ibacas consultants, using a comprehensive proprietary questionnaire to ensure consistency of approach and interpretation of the results.

The survey covered Corporate Actions and Income processing for both Equity and Debt products. The analysis covered the entire event lifecycle, from announcement processing through to bookings, claims and payments, as well as covering over-arching functions such as workflow, audit and MIS reporting.

This followed on from a similar survey conducted by Ibacas in 2007 and the results show both a detailed overview of the current state, as well as analysis of the changes in this area since 2007.

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