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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The reconciliations superstar: How current conditions shine a light on outdated technology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 However, in more recent times this has been replaced by a mood of complacency and...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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Liquidity management: the invisibility dilemma

10th February 2020

Invisible liquidity is unmanageable liquidity. This inconvenient truth remains as valid today as it has ever since the discipline of liquidity management first emerged. Furthermore, while it may be widely-acknowledged, it certainly isn't widely-resolved. The number of global multinationals who can honestly claim that their treasuries have 100...
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Cash management for multinationals and global banks

9th December 2019

Managing cash across multiple banks usually involves numerous tokens to access proprietary and isolated bank portals, or for the more complex treasury operation, different file or SWIFT based links to each bank. As a consequence, information is not always consolidated for ease of reporting and intuitive cash management. Lengthy waits for...
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How Canary Wharf almost became a ‘yuppie tombstone’ - a lesson to be learned when modernising your treasury systems

14th October 2019

In 1987, the then UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher telephoned Canadian property developer Paul Reichman asking him to develop London’s derelict docklands into a glittering new financial centre. The urban myth is that Reichman, who already boasted similar successes in New York and elsewhere, looked at a small-scale map of London and deduced...
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What London’s new electric taxi tells us about digital disruption

25th September 2019

Passing the Gresham Technologies stand at the banking industry’s annual Sibos conference this week you’d be entitled to wonder why a brand new London black cab dominates the view. In fact, it’s there not just to serve as a useful ad-hoc meeting room, but as a symbolic reminder to conference attendees of the power of...
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Tackling fast, hyper-connected data head on

25th June 2019

As the speed, volume and complexity of data and regulation increases, how can financial service firms effectively keep up pace and remain competitive – all whilst mitigating rising costs across both people and technology? Today, businesses using hyper-connected data are facing unprecedented digital disruption and regulatory pressures....
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A new leader for driving enterprise control

29th October 2018

Global financial institutions are experimenting with an essential new c-level position—the chief control officer—to ensure that organisational lines of defence are effective in fostering internal compliance, accountability, and transparency. But without the right data, they may still be feeling around in the dark. Oversight and...