Blogs

Is T+1 playing on your mind?

Is T+1 playing on your mind?

The exponential market impact of everyone being a bit more efficient and greater standardisation of industry practices should not be underestimated.

Predictions 2023: A year of evolution and adaptation

Predictions 2023: A year of evolution and adaptation

Whether it’s preparing for T+1, learning to handle the real-time nature of digital assets, adapting to ISO 20022, or ramping up automation capability, the competent extraction and transformation of data while offering end-to-end automation of complex processes will be imperative.

Change on the horizon for EU Withholding Taxes

Change on the horizon for EU Withholding Taxes

For too long, a fragmented European Withholding Tax landscape has stifled cross-border investments while resource-intensive reclaim procedures have left surplus tax going spare.

Celebrating Women's Achievements

Celebrating Women's Achievements

We asked some of our inspiring leaders to share their stories, talk about their experiences, and what they’ve learnt along the way.

Our Tax Clients and Tax Community Are Our Best Sources of Intel

Our Tax Clients and Tax Community Are Our Best Sources of Intel

For more than a decade, Xceptor has been fortunate to sit at the heart of an engaged and active tax community. On one side our clients include 5 of the top 10 Global Custodians and on the other we have partnered with Clearstream to redefine the service for withholding tax processing for financial intermediaries.

Reconciliations: Build the business case for change

Reconciliations: Build the business case for change

Reconciliations is a mature function, long accepting of its place as a costly, yet necessary part of the trade lifecycle. Fortunately, there is appetite for change in the recs world and a strong business case can be made.

Is reconciliation the problem or is it data control?

Is reconciliation the problem or is it data control?

With margins tight, client expectations high and regulators circling once more, should you continue to consider recs across internal systems, external systems and everywhere else as a normal, reasonable, cost of doing business?

Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

Xceptor CTO Dan Reid delves into the common ground between data engineers and business analysts.