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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International fund administrator scales processes to match business growth

25th August 2020

Onboarding new customers and expanding into new markets may be an exciting time for businesses, but what happens when this growth means that you outgrow your manual processes? This short video demonstrates how an international fund administrator was able to avoid costly headcount increases and slow system integration by digitally transforming its...
What Does the Future of Cash Management Look Like?

25th August 2020

In the final part of our Why is Cash Management So Hard podcast, Neil Vernon and Bill Wrest explore some of the treasury challenges faced by large, complex organisations. Neil talks about Gresham’s partnership with ANZ and creating an honest, collaborative relationship, whilst Bill talks about regulatory initiatives including PSD II and Open...
What Do Cash Management Customers Actually Want?

25th August 2020

What happens when you start asking cash management users what they want? The answer might not be what you'd expect In part 2 of our 'Why is Cash Management so Hard' podcast, Bill Wrest and Neil Vernon, with Gert Raeves of Adox Research debate what treasury customers are looking for. Bill shares experiences from his time with Bank of America and...
Why is Cash Management So Hard?

25th August 2020

Continuing our successful podcast series, Neil Vernon, Chief Technology Officer and Bill Wrest, Senior Strategist, Cash Management Solutions join Gert Raeves of Adox Research to delve into why cash management presents such a challenge for corporates and banks alike
Gresham acquires Inforalgo to expand regulatory reporting capabilities

29th July 2020

Gresham Technologies (Gresham), the leading fintech in reconciliations, banking integration and cash management solutions, has today announced the acquisition of Capital Markets data automation specialist, Inforalgo Information Technology Ltd (Inforalgo).
How a Global, Tier One Bank Saved £3 Million by Taking Control of its Data

14th July 2020

As the financial services landscape becomes ever more complex , banks are finding it increasingly challenging to obtain a cost effective and compliant view of their data. We show how Clareti Transaction Control enabled a global, tier one investment bank to improve break and match rates across reconciliation runs, increase control onboarding...
Data Confidence in Reconciliations: An Interview with Gresham CTO Neil Vernon

9th July 2020

Higher trading volumes, more complex products, and increasing regulatory and audit scrutiny - the reconciliations environment grows more challenging by the day. However it is becoming clear that legacy systems are unable to keep up with demands. Firms are turning to innovation and new technology, but which of these 'silver bullets' are actually...
Harnessing Machine Learning

15th October 2018

Machine learning is a hot topic, it’s a wide field of research but we want to show you some of the practical applications for it in the Clareti platform. We are about reducing clients risk, vastly automating business processes and evidencing control.
The Reconciliation Revolution: Part 3

15th October 2018

Emerging Technologies: New robots on the block The third part of our Reconciliation Revolution Series focusses on how disruptive technologies are poised to influence the 'old fashioned' world of reconciliations and areas of post-trade significantly. We talk NLP, AI, Machine Learning, and RPA as well as preparing for Blockchain.
Regulation, Innovation and Digitalisation CDO Survey

7th September 2018

In a survey sponsored by Gresham, WBR Insights surveyed 100 Chief Data Officers across Europe to find out the challenges they are facing as the financial sector grapples with a data revolution and increasingly complex regulatory environments. Get a copy of the full research at the Gresham website