Financial Services Software: corfinancial Implements CSDR Compliance Solution at Man Group

corfinancial, a provider of specialist software and services to the financial services sector, announces the implementation of its Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR) software, SureVu, at Man Group, a global active investment management firm with $144.7 billion of AUM (as of 31st March 2023).

SureVu enables buy-side firms “to manage failed trades and cash penalty fees, as defined by the Settlement Discipline Regime, in one single solution.”

Antonio Dos Santos, Head of London Investment Operations at Man Group, said:

“We were impressed by the speed with which SureVu went into production. Within three months, we had 90% of our custodians and prime brokers on-boarded and expect to have 100% of these parties live by the end of April.”

Dos Santos added:

“One of the big drivers to implement SureVu was the changes introduced by the CSDR, but we also saw T+1 on the regulatory horizon and knew that we needed to be on the ‘front foot’ regarding failed trade management. With 15,000-20,000 allocations per day, we needed a clear picture of our pending trades. With CSDR, it is important to have failed trade monitoring and cash penalties in the same solution.”

David Veal, Senior Executive at corfinancial, said:

“SureVu helps firms stay in control and manage trade settlement along with high volumes of data associated with cash penalties, applying effective governance across the processes. Companies need a solution in place quickly, without major overheads in IT and operational staff. Man Group has noted the ease and speed with which our solution starts to add real benefits to the business. Such efficiencies are critical when considering the operational pressures envisaged when T+1 goes live next year.”

As noted in the update, corfinancial explains it “provides software solutions and advisory services to banking and financial services organisations worldwide.”

The firm “has offices in London, New York and Boston.”

SureVu reportedly “empowers buy- and sell-side firms to efficiently monitor and track security trades throughout the settlement lifecycle, enabling users to proactively manage and oversee settlement exposure.”

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