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FIS Fail Monitor

FIS' Fail Monitor is a real-time solution that helps you proactively manage fails and exposures more quickly and efficiently. Fail Monitor tracks the securities settlement lifecycle to help you identify and track different types of fail events and quickly manage settlements throughout the day. It also helps you manage Treasury Market Practices Group (TMPG) commitments by creating claim letters and accruals on Treasury fails and properly tracking receivables and payables. In addition, it may help to reduce fails through the process of consolidating, identifying and netting fails.

Fail Monitor helps you:
•Manage today’s settlements
•Manage actual fails across all asset classes
•Measure fail exposure by CUSIP and counterparty
•Create fail accruals, receivables and payables
•Create and track counterparty claims
•Identify opportunities for stock loans and borrows as well as specials for repurchase agreements
 

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FIS Credit Assessment manages all commercial credit assessment and customer risk rating – including probability of default and loss given default – with industry-specific financial spreading and analysis – in one solution.

FIS® Corporate Actions Election Portal (formerly eTRAN+)

Run this user-friendly and  time-efficient web-based election module in used in conjunction with the FIS® Corporate Actions Manager Suite (formerly XSP).  Whether your customers are professional portfolio managers or individual investors, they can use FIS® Corporate Actions Election Portal (formerly eTRAN+) to review the terms of any corporate actions that may affect their holdings and make their …