Download the e-book to understand how to prepare adequately for T+1
It has been widely claimed that the move to T+1 will reduce the available post-trade processing time by 50%.
However, the Association of Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) estimates a reduction of approximately 83%. Settlements teams will only have two core business hours between the end of the trading window and the start of the settlement window, compared to 12 core business hours under T+2.
This will present challenges for all market participants from sell-side and buy-side institutions through to custodians and fund administrators.
In this e-book we will consider what financial institutions can do to prepare adequately for T+1, focusing on particularly challenging areas, and how these can best be addressed.