Starting from the moment a product is packaged to the point of its delivery, we now have the ability to virtually monitor the progress of any item we purchase. This heightened level of visibility enables us to steer clear of unexpected developments, promptly handle any challenges that may emerge, and instils a reassuring sense of control over the situation.
Now, you can imagine this in the world of post trade processing, this very same degree of transparency can open new avenues for the capital market firms.
Currently, there is a lack of transparency in identifying and tracking a transaction across various intermediaries in the post-trade processing cycle. As a result, capital market players face significant costs and operational risks associated with the failed reconciliation status. This could be altered more quickly with a well-structured data processing and workflow management system that can organize, defragment, manage and control the entire post trade processing and money movement activities of an enterprise.