BNY Mellon this year launched Derivatives Collateral Net (DCN), a unique netting service for derivatives collateral management. Scott Linden and Mark Robinson of BNY Mellon talk about how they see it transforming the industry.
Previously, management reports consisted of a series of inter-linked Excel spreadsheets. Through the implementation and advancement of financial software, they have developed the reporting needed to meet our stakeholders' requirements.
On 30 July 2009, in response to the industry commitment on 17 February to introduce central counterparty in over-the-counter (OTC) credit default swaps (CDS) in Europe by the end of July 2009, Eurex Credit Clear successfully started CDS clearing.
Omgeo outlines the challenges being faced by collateral managers since the collapse of Lehman Brothers 12 months ago, and how these challenges to standardisation and automation can bring the collateralising community together.
Continuing our focus on derivatives collateral management, this month we talk to Mark Higgins and Scott Linden from BNY Mellon, about the latest initiatives around derivatives collateral management and their vision for the future of the market.
Post-trade processing is a complex and expensive operational overhead. Processing remains manually intensive and new derivative products created in the front office leave the middle and back office fighting fires to settle transactions, rather than delivering value to the organisation.
This white paper discusses best practices for creating data privacy procedures in nonproduction environments. These environments leverage real data to test applications, housing some of the most sensitive information in an organisation, such as Social Security numbers, bank records and financials.
Integrated Finance and CRM Software: Improving business efficiency by combining finance and CRM solutions
This white paper discusses why businesses use finance and CRM software, the differences between front-office and back-office systems and some of the reasons for linking the software within them.
This white paper discusses the 6 key decision drivers that you should consider as you evaluate ERP software products.These 6 criteria are: • Functionality • Technology • Software Vendor • Implementation Vendor • Support & Maintenance • Total Cost of Ownership.
To investigate the impact of recent changes on business, Microsoft commissioned a comprehensive survey of 500 UK directors. Results showed technology as an enabler of change when businesses successfully deploy technology that helps them gain visibility of their internal processes & financial health.