By Paul Chung and Jennifer McMackin
In the strains of operating remotely during an uncertain economic environment coupled with high market volatility and more stringent regulations, it becomes even more critical for investment operations managers to have automated and streamlined processes. High volumes of transactions and data is the new norm. The front lines of the industry have received plenty of expert advice to help firms address ongoing concerns of endowments, pension plans and other clients.
But how much attention has been paid to the back office and the important role it plays to support client interactions while also mitigating operational and compliance risk? How resilient will firms’ post-trade operations remain in remote work environments? Should firms outsource key parts of their reconciliation process to reduce the risk of multiple points of failure?
In recent years, and especially now, the asset management community is adopting Electra’s managed services for reconciliation and data aggregation. Here’s why.