The move to T+1 – measuring the impact on Market Resilience

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The move to T + 1

The move to T+1 measuring the impact on Market Resilience

An Industry Research Consultation

Date: Thursday 8th December 2022

Time: 5.00pm Duration 1-1.5 hours

Location: SWIFT – London

ISITC Europe has been commissioned by the SWIFT Institute to conduct academic research into the impacts of a shortened settlement cycle in Global Capital Markets. This event entitled ‘ The move to T+1 – measuring the impact on Market Resilience’ has been organized as part of this research.

The move to T+1, and then to T+0, for settlements between financial services firms has huge implications for technology teams. Settlement platforms must be secure, resilient and in continuous operation – with no room for error.

Failure to make settlements on time will come with huge contractual liabilities – and could eventually have regulatory implications too.

Firms already operate incredibly complex hybrid IT estates, and resilience is a mounting concern. The move towards T+0 adds to this complexity, and highlights the need for enhanced orchestration, automation and monitoring.

How are financial institutions moving towards delivering T+1?

This interactive session will discuss some of the problems, technology solutions and approaches, including:

  • Orchestration and automation
  • Continuous operations and blue/green deployments
  • Instant failover and recovery, multi-environment
  • Enforcing policies and governance across complex hybrid IT estates
  • Dynamic monitoring and observability

Industry Consultation facilitator: Tony Freeman, Director ISITC Europe CIC

 

Please email admin@isitc-europe.com to register your interest.

(Attendance will be by invitation only) Please note:  A £25 donation is requested for attendance by non-members, which will go towards the ISITC Europe Student Scholarship Fund.)