SmartStream Technologies

Margin reform – From challenge to opportunity

SmartStream Technologies explores how, as new initial margin regulations from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and the International Organisation of Securities Commissions become a pressing concern for more firms, technology service providers…

Margin reform meets managed software services

SmartStream explores the importance of effectively managing collateral to handle complex transaction data processing and discusses how its agile collateral management system is adaptable to regulatory developments and changing market conditions

Collateral management in an uncertain world

As margin reform spreads its net across the over-the-counter derivatives world, capital markets firms will need to manage an increasing volume of collateral amid changing regulation and uncertain market conditions. This white paper assesses the scale of…

Actions speak louder

Financial consultancy firm CityIQ, commissioned by Swift and SmartStream, canvassed over 240 firms about their activities in the corporate actions arena. The May 2003 survey showed widespread automation potential.

Smartstream launches ETC application

Smartstream Technologies, the London-based provider of reconciliation and trade confirmation management solutions, plans to let fund managers create electronic notification of trade execution through its latest electronic trade confirmation (ETC) module,…

Basel II sets the pace for operational risk reform

Basel II is set to come into play in 2005, bringing a host of opportunities for vendors along with the new framework for banking supervision. Andrew Partridge examines the potential and some of the challenges for the suppliers and users of financial…

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