ReCon New York
October 22, 2013
Convene, 810 7th Avenue, New York, NY
CPE Credits: 7.0
Reconciliation and exception management is at an interesting crossroads when it comes to automation. Across the globe, regulatory and competitive pressures are compelling firms to demonstrate that their reconciliation infrastructures can meet the high-volumes of current markets and the transparency demands of investors.
These industry forces will lead to a streamlining of operations achievable only via automation. The overriding need for greater operational efficiency in reconciliation will cause many firms to seriously consider automated solutions or upgrade incumbent platforms that have fallen behind.
Discussions to Focus On the Following Topics:
- The Dirty Secrets of Recs Processing
- Reconciliation and Counterparty Risk
- Does OTC Reform Mean Recs Reform?
- Crime and Reconciliation
- Why Better Ops Data Management Matters for Recs
- How to Get to Better Reconciliation Accuracy, Efficiency and Reporting
Past Delegates Include:
Acorn Derivatives Management Corp., AQR Capital, Balyasny Asset Management, Bank of America, Bank of America Capital Management, BNY Mellon, Cohen & Steers, Dialectic Capital Management, Dreman Value Management, EDD Fund Services, Genworth Financial, GoldenTree Asset Mgmt, HIMCO, Inverness Counsel LLC, Lord Abbett, Magnitude Capital, MetLife, Neuberger Berman, Northern Trust, Sasco Capital, Silver Point Capital, State Street Global Services, TD Ameritrade, Inc., TIAA-CREF, Tocqueville Asset Management, L.P., Turner Investments, Uniplan Investment Counsel, W.R. Huff Asset Management