Corporate Actions Webinar Series

Organized by SIX and FTF

About the Webinar Series

The collation, delivery, and consumption of corporate actions information play a critical role in the day-to-day functioning of nearly all financial services firms. And while the automation of such functions continues to grow incrementally across the industry, there is still some way to go for large numbers of firms to optimize their corporate actions processing operations.

Watch our on-demand SIX/FTF Corporate Actions Webinar series, spanning from the processing challenges to the automation opportunities and finally, the handling of complex cases of corporate actions:

Webinar_Corporate_Actions_Automation_at_a_CrossroadsEP1: Corporate Actions Automation at a Crossroads 
This webinar covers the challenges of sourcing, processing and managing corporate actions data and how emerging technologies can help.

SIX-Demystifying-Corporate-Actions-ProcessingEP2: Demystifying Corporate Actions Processing 
This webinar is a nuts-and-bolts, under the hood exploration of what happens after corporate actions data flows into a processing implementation.

SIX-Can-Complex-Corporate-Actions-Be-AutomatedEP3: Can Complex Corporate Actions Be Automated? 
On this webinar, panel speakers examine some of the concepts and questions that have come up during the webinar series, in addition to new questions we receive.

Webinar Concepts and Questions:

  • What are the data quality pain-points that automation can resolve?
  • What is the biggest corporate actions concern that firms have about moving to fuller automation?
  • What are the first steps in transforming the manual aspects of corporate actions processing into automated systems?

  • What happens after corporate actions data flows into a processing implementation?
  • What risks are involved when navigating multiple sources such as vendors, central securities depositories, and custodians?
  • How can end-users optimize the usage of their corporate actions data? What are some useful best practices?

  • What is the different regional level of concern about complex CA processing?
  • Are there too many participants in a CA chain to have standardized guidelines that streamline processing?
  • What are some best practices that can help firms better manage the risks of complex CA processing?

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