Gresham Technologies

Gresham is a leading software and services company that specialises in providing real-time data integrity and control solutions. Gresham's award-winning Clareti software platform has been designed to provide financial institutions with complete certainty in their data processing.

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FIs battling reporting and data integrity challenges

29th March 2021

Not only have the operational challenges of remote working and market volatility stretched reporting teams to their limit since the beginning of the pandemic, financial institutions are expected to ‘do more with less’ whilst still complying with complex regulatory demands and operating under increased scrutiny. Many banks will have...
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ISO 20022: Which road should banks take?

26th November 2020

The ISO 20022 messaging standard will see banks sending and receiving payment messages with far richer data than before. Many are – understandably – preoccupied with the practical challenges that this will bring, such as how they can translate between MT and MX message formats. However, what should not be forgotten is that the new...
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No let up for CAT obligations

2nd November 2020

The latest Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) reporting obligations went live on October 26. However, there’s no time to rest for firms, who are now tasked with preparing for the next set of requirements in January 2021. Having moderated a CAT webinar with leading industry experts from FINRA CAT, Morgan Stanley, RegEdge, and Cboe Global Markets...
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How banks can leverage the potential of data in cash management and treasury

21st October 2020

Data has been a hotly discussed topic in the banking world for some time now. And as firms learn to adapt to the latest pandemic pressure – whether that be new working environments or unprecedented levels of market volatility –  the need for real-time visibility of their data has never been more important. But when it comes to...
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Why does the Bank of England think that post trade is in need of reform?

12th October 2020

In June this year, the Bank of England published the findings from its Post-Trade Technology Market Practitioner Panel, which brings together post-trade specialists to identify and discuss the key challenges facing firms. The banking industry was still very much in fire-fighting mode with respect to the coronavirus crisis and whilst the paper...
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The reconciliations superstar: How current conditions shine a light on outdated technology

21st July 2020

Automation was once embraced wholeheartedly by reconciliation departments as companies leaped at the opportunity to integrate the latest efficiency driving technology – everyone was a reconciliations superstar, focused on bringing about change and improvement. However, in more recent times this has been replaced by a mood of complacency and...
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NAVigating reporting in turbulent times

9th July 2020

NAV reporting has long been an important part of any daily, weekly or monthly function. However, the volatility of markets during the past few months has seen firms struggling to keep up with the demands of creating timely and accurate NAV calculations. With the level of uncertainty the world is grappling with, the volatility we saw back in March...
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The connectivity conundrum: why build, who builds and who pays?

26th March 2020

In my previous article, I examined how effective liquidity management in treasury depends upon having a consolidated view and control of corporate cash. In this one, I consider why building dedicated connectivity is necessary to achieve this, who should build it and who will pay for it. One of the many effects of globalisation has been the...
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Optimising IT talent: let go of non-core projects & see engagement soar

6th March 2020

Reports that 80 percent of capital markets participants said they would rather buy in a trading data integration solution, rather than build one in house, reflect the way banking IT is going, and this is a good thing. The findings, from a qualitative study undertaken by Inforalgo, are discussed in detail in the white paper, Buy vs build: The...
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Trade reporting: why building your own solutions no longer makes sense

2nd March 2020

While it’s critical for financial institutions to have a tight handle on their trade reporting, the business case for developing proprietary reporting solutions in house is flimsy in 2020. With secure, customisable cloud-based solutions available out of the box, which have been tested across multiple trading platforms and offer attractive...