T+1 SETTLEMENT: RETHINKING THE OPERATING MODEL
How to quickly build an agile framework to increase efficiency, manage exceptions and control risk
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Under a T+1 settlement cycle, current operational processes will break. For example, overnight batching of trade data will not give teams enough time to investigate and resolve the exceptions. The tighter time constraints will also put huge pressure on control processes, with the corresponding increase in risk.
Firms are stuck between putting tactical fixes in place to ensure compliance as quickly as possible, or working out how to change their entire operating model so settlement can happen more efficiently in a shorter window.
In this virtual event Duco and Quorsus will show you how you can do both – without major IT projects. Leveraging our experience working with a variety of firms to reduce settlement times, we will explore the key T+1 controls you need to get in place now, and practical examples of how you can quickly move to an agile, data-centric operating model.
Watch now to discover:
Why traditional data processes won’t work on a T+1 timeframe.
The key reconciliations and controls you can implement now for T+1.
How to move quickly from an exceptions-based to a data-centric operating model.
A practical demonstration of how you can use Duco to jump start these changes.
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Securities/Post-Trade Practice, Quorsus
With 14 years experience, Benoit has an extensive background in both financial services and project management within financial regulation and control. He started his career within a Tier 2 bank working as an analyst in settlements before becoming responsible for risk and control assessments.
Benoit then moved to one of the Big 4 leading teams in the regulatory space, where projects included driving implementation of a Brexit Target Operating Model.
Benoit is fluent in both French and English and has multiple project management and business accreditations. He thrives through sharing and working together with a diverse team from different background and cultures.
Head of Product & Solutions, Duco
James is Head of Product and Solutions at Duco. His background covers senior leadership roles across operations and technology within major global capital markets organisations such as UBS, Lehman Brothers and Nomura.
Most recently, he co-founded a boutique consulting practice that specialised in helping financial institutions overcome complexity across their middle and back offices.
James has a strong track record of operating model transformation, helping organisations successfully deliver on M&A strategies, regulatory compliance and large scale automation programmes. He holds a Bsc in Applied Economics from the University of Plymouth, alongside an MBA from Henley Management College.
Carly Van Kirk
Global Head of Client Engagement, Duco
Carly leads the Global Client Engagement team at Duco. She has a proven track record in building diverse, high performing teams that deliver transformative solutions to enterprise customers. Her past roles have included positions at technology firms in product management, implementation, and relationship management. Carly is specialised in project methodology, IT delivery models, process improvement, and artificial intelligence. She holds degrees in Political Science and Foreign Policy, but has instead nurtured a passion for innovative technology solutions and continuous improvement for the past two decades. Somehow she also found time to become a classically trained chef.
Solutions Engineer, Duco
Jimmy Huang is a financial technology engineer delivering reconciliation and other enterprise data solutions for international financial firms and exchange groups. His expertise lies in understanding the complex data and scalable technology issues financial firms face.
Previously, he led the design and implementation of the first data pooling platform for FRTB market risk purposes working with the top six Canadian banks and CanDeal.