OPTIMIZING OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY IN SECURITIES FIRMS (OPERATIONAL EFFICIEN)
Venue: American Conference Centers
|Event Date/Time: Jan 28, 2003||End Date/Time: Jan 29, 2003|
|Registration Date: Jan 28, 2003|
|Early Registration Date: Dec 06, 2002|
TAKE THE STEPS NOW TO INCREASE PROFITS AND REDUCE EXPENSES...
MOVE TO THE FOREFRONT OF ADVANCED OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY CHANGES NOW!
Doing more with less. There has never been a time when this adage rings truer. In today’s financial services climate, keeping a tight control on expenses and spending capital on technological advancements decreasing, you are forced to tackle two divergent problems related to your operations. You must keep a hold on expenses while improving and advancing the efficiencies in your back office operations. Is this even possible?
World Research Group's event on Operational Efficiency will give you the strategies and tools you need to answer this question. We have all heard about the eventual T+1 changes and the goal toward industry-wide STP, and while these may or may not happen in the near or distant future, they will eventually become a reality. Your challenge today is to analyze and reduce the costs of improving operations, and to develop a plan of action to allocate scare spending to make these adjustments. This event will go a long way in helping you achieve your firm’s goals: The most urgent issue facing the financial services industry today is operational efficiency and the ability to LEVERAGE efficiencies into ROI.
Remember, during these times, your goal is two-fold: Improve efficiency and control spending. A tough job no doubt, but with the right tools and knowledge you will gain at this event, you will have an advantage over your competitors. When STP and T+1 do happen, you will be ready for it and well ahead of the game…
We look forward to seeing you and your colleagues in New York next January! Register TODAY!
GROUNDBREAKING TOPICS THAT WILL HELP YOU TO:
- Optimize your Operations
- Conduct a GAP Analysis of your Back Office Changes
- Understand the Relationship between STP, T+1, and Operational Efficiency
- Implement Cost Containment Strategies while Upgrading Procedures
- Achieve Shortened Settlement Cycles
- Utilize Operation Efficiency as a Competitive Tool
- Overcome Impediments to Operational Implementation
- Map Existing Procedures and Systems Architecture
- Assess Internal Processes and Personnel Needs
HEAR FROM THE INDUSTRY EXPERTS WHO WILL GUIDE YOU INCLUDING:
– Bear Stearns
– Morgan Stanley
– Deutsche Bank
– HSBC Holdings
– PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC
– Tower Group Consulting
– Deloitte Consulting
– ADP Brokerage Services
– RBC Capital Markets
– Stanford University
– Financial Information Services Division of SIIA Software Information Industry Association
– Jordan & Jordan
– And more!
YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS OUR INTERACTIVE PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP:
STP for Newcomers: Understanding what STP Means for your Firm and how it May or May Not Affect your Operational Efficiency Planning