Broadridge Financial Solutions

Broadridge - a global company with $4 billion in revenue - is a leading provider of technology and operations, communications, and data and analytics to financial services firms and corporations.

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Tracking the accelerating technology transformation

5th August 2020

It’s rapidly become a platitude that financial services will look utterly different post-crisis.   At Broadridge we wanted to understand in more detail the views of financial services leaders at this juncture. We surveyed c-suite executives and their direct reports from 500 financial institutions globally, with fieldwork completed...
Getting ready for the Shareholder Rights Directive

11th April 2018

The clock has started ticking on individual member countries’ translation of the revised Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD). The first tranche of measures, as adopted by the European Council (EC), are set to be implemented into national law by member states by June 2019. That may seem like plenty of time to prepare, but be forewarned: The...
Fintech's role in financial services' drive for operational efficiencies

3rd October 2017

The global financial crisis of 2008 fundamentally changed the operating landscape for capital markets players, creating a challenging environment of volatile markets and new regulatory barriers. From a market perspective, things are beginning to improve and new opportunities are unfolding as banks benefit from stronger economic growth and buoyant...
Sibos 2016 – Transformational Change

23rd September 2016

The theme of Sibos 2016 in Geneva, “Transforming the Landscape”, is particularly pertinent to our marketplace. Faced with the unrelenting pace of regulatory and market change, constrained profitability and pressure to demonstrate greater transparency and governance to both internal and external stakeholders, financial institutions will...
Transforming post-trade matching as SWIFT retires Accord

8th February 2016

So, how is your firm’s Accord migration programme shaping up? Is it on course or ahead of schedule? Or does it require some initial impetus in the early stages of planning? Either way, this required change brings with it an opportunity to re-examine your efficiency levels and review your overall matching strategy. It has now been more than...
Multi-asset trading and the key factors driving a post-trade centre of excellence

28th September 2015

Trading strategies have become more complex, as directional strategies are being combined with hedging activities that often encompass multiple asset segments and structured products. Not only are portfolio managers seeking to enhance returns by entering foreign markets, they are also expanding strategies to include alternative asset classes...
Sibos 2013 Preview Blog: Post-trade processing likely to dominate

2nd September 2013

Post-trade processing, T2S, asset servicing and regulations impacting shareholder communication and messaging are all likely to be much discussed at the Sibos 2013 trade show in Dubai, UAE, running from 16-19 September, says Mike West of Broadridge as he picks his ‘hot topics’ ahead of the event. I anticipate that regulatory and...
Cashing in on cash management
Cashing in on cash management

19th May 2010

By Les Gosling, head of EMEA,TwoFour. The impending liquidity regulation’s demand for greater transparency and reporting, combined with the need to increase the optimisation of available funds, has led to an increased focus on risk across the inter-bank market. Here, Les Gosling, head of EMEA at TwoFour, discusses how banks can best meet their...