13 Oct.

Preparing for a T+1 settlement cycle: Reimagining operations and technology

Banking & Capital Markets

Wednesday, 01:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will learn about the current industry transition efforts and identify current-state processes and technology affected by T+1, as well as considerations going forward.

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Key takeaways

Host: Bob Walley, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP

1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized knowledge

The securities industry is evaluating an accelerated settlement cycle, from the current two-day (T+2) cycle to a one-day (T+1) cycle. While the transition to T+2 was viewed as “tightening the belt” for many operational processes, many consider the transition to T+1 to require significant reengineering of market and business functions. Our discussion will include: 

  • An update on the current industry efforts to plan for a T+1 transition;
  • Review of the anticipated impacts for operations, risk management, and technology; and
  • Considerations for firms planning for coming changes

Meet the host

Bob Walley

Bob Walley

Principal | Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory

Bob is a principal with Deloitte's financial services practice and currently leads our Advisory Securities and Exchange Industry services, focused on the Regulatory and Capital Markets marketplace assisting clients to operationalize rules, regulations, and controls. With more than 30 years of experience, Bob has comprehensive working knowledge of the traded markets and regulatory and compliance functions, including risk management, market surveillance, examinations, case management, trading systems, and listings compliance. At Deloitte, he has advised several exchanges on leading practices, process improvements, and leading uses of technology for decision support. He has performed numerous assessment projects to evaluate the effectiveness of the functions, compliance to rules, and value to the organization.

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