The race to T+1: Your guide to getting ready

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The race to T+1: Your guide to getting ready

In this recording ‘The race to T+1: Your guide to getting ready’ from a LinkedIn broadcast, moderated by Simon Daniel from Swift, T+1 implications and assessment are discussed with Alex Chow from the Investment Association and Gary Wright, Director Industry Affairs of ISITC Europe. The conversation covered the many areas that will be impacted by T+1 on the global markets especially from the investor or buy side perspective.

Increased costs and risks for investors together with the various challenges for Stock Borrowing and Lending, along with liquidity concerns for market mid cap stocks are laid out for viewers to consider.

The discussion was packed with different views on T+1 and real-time processing, technology capabilities today and new developments for tomorrow. Collaborations internationally and data standards along with Swift’s UTI and all in 40 minutes.

Whether you attended or missed it, the recording is now accessible for your convenience. Watch Now

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