Straight Through Processing for T+1
Venue: Crowne Plaza Manhattan
|Event Date/Time: Jan 23, 2002||End Date/Time: Jan 24, 2002|
|Registration Date: Jan 23, 2002|
The full cost and sheer effort of implementing STP and achieving T+1 is only just being realized. The US deadline of 2005, once so far away, now looms large in the future of all the players. The key of STP is to create a seamless flow of informamtion from the intital order capture straight through to final settlement. The end-to-end automation of the trading process, within both buy and sell side institutions will require technological innovation on an unprecedented scale.
The emerging global financial market faces enourmous challenges as it moves toward T+1 and ultimately T+0. Keeping in mind that STP for T+0 is the end goal, financial institutions must work to develop a new technical architecture that is able to adhere to these requirements and transition into this next generation of securities processing. STP will affect all aspects of the trading process, both internally and externally, and will require middleware and workflow software to achieve the connectivity that STP requires. The whole financial industry is in their STP process now; developing their strategies, deciding on a plan and finally testing and implementing their devised path to T+1. Key technology executives know they must find a technology partner to help them survive thte revolution in securities trading and processing.
Conference highlights include:
*Maximize efficiency and STP performance rates; realize multiple connectivity
*Master the methodology that supports the level of automation T+1 demands
*Expand your institution's global capabilities; achieve cross-border trading
*Improve liquidity and experience fewer failures through effective trade order management
The two day event is structured around case studies, topical discussions and networking opportunities with your peers in the industry.