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Gary Wright

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SEPA XML formats concern European Corporates

30 April 2008  |  5122 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

I have written evidence that some of Europe's largest Corporates have expressed a number of serious issues to the EPC where SEPA is failing and in danger of deteriorating to a simple Bank to Bank system. But a picture has been presented in the media that SEPA is on course to achieving its end objectives at some stage in the future; however, the do...

TagsPaymentsRetail bankingGroupSEPA and European Payments
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Green confirmations get closer!

30 April 2008  |  4558 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The announcement that OMGEO is leading the way to finally eliminate paper confirmations as a regulatory requirement can only be welcomed by all in the securities industry. The explosion of electronic trading and the fact that nearly all investors either private or corporate have access to the web, must make this ridiculous rule outdated, being lef...

TagsPost-trade & opsGroupMiFID
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DTCC and LCH Clearnet merger

30 April 2008  |  7252 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The speculation that DTCC are in talks with LCH Clearnet, with a merger as a possible result must be music to the ears of everyone in the securities market. The consolidation of Clearing on this scale...

TagsRisk & regulationGroupOperational Risk Management
Gary Wright
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When will we know SEPA is working?

29 April 2008  |  3477 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Now this might be a really dumb question but I ask it in response to Chris Skinner's blog published on the SWIFT Community website. According to Chris, SEPA is working and he substantiates his claim b...

TagsPaymentsRetail bankingGroupSEPA and European Payments
Gary Wright
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Has SEPA failed?

24 April 2008  |  2928 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

We are already a third of the way through the SEPA year and its time to review where the industry is with this project? The feedback I have had from a number of corporates across the EU is that SEPA h...

TagsPaymentsRetail bankingGroupSEPA and European Payments
Gary Wright
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SWIFT interoperability - a bridge too far?

23 April 2008  |  2279 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

SWIFT has grown from a simple bank to bank closed payments network into a massively influential organisation covering most financial services and many different financial services providers. This has ...

TagsPaymentsPost-trade & ops
Gary Wright
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Citigroup playing IT Jenga

22 April 2008  |  2026 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The announcement that Citigroup is slashing its IT budget is a normal banking reaction to the sudden attack on profits and the risks that future profits will be much harder to attain in the coming yea...

Gary Wright
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Are there too many committees?

22 April 2008  |  3511 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The conference I was asked to Chair last week on Corporate Actions Processing included a presentation from Linda Bookheim, Senior Manager, Custody and Asset Services, SWIFT that catalogued the many di...

TagsPost-trade & opsGroupData Management 101
Gary Wright
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When 50 billion is not enough!

21 April 2008  |  2160 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

With the Bank of England ploughing 50 billion pounds worth of funds into the banking system the credit crisis has taken another significant turn and the question is now, is it enough? Already City exp...

Gary Wright
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Clearing and Settlement shows the way

16 April 2008  |  4048 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

It looks like Clearing and Settlement in the Euro zone is finally moving towards consolidation after decades of trying. How much of this is directly due to MiFID is doubtful as many plans for consolid...

TagsTrade executionPost-trade & opsGroupMiFID
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