London, 21 April 2016 – Corporate actions processing is not an easy function to support. It’s risky and complex, and vendors must constantly monitor market-wide changes in addition to firms’ proprietary requirements. Implementation project risk is high, and ongoing support can be costly, especially if the rollout covers complex event types and late-stage life cycles. But firms’ high level of manual processes represent opportunity for hale, established vendors and robust, brave new entrants.
This report assesses the corporate actions processing and life cycle support vendor community, highlights current and projected spending on corporate actions, notes common business cases for investment, and details solutions on the market. It is based on Aite Group surveys conducted with market participants and is the second in a series of two—find the first report here.
This 66-page Impact Report contains 47 figures and four tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report.
This report mentions Aim Software, BlackRock, Brokerway, Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) Infomediary, Dion Global, DTCC, Fidelity Corporate Actions Solutions, FIS, GoldenSource, Intellect Design Arena, Markit, Milestone Group, SmartStream, SS&C, SWIFT, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), The Corporate Action Company, Vermeg, and Wolters Kluwer.