CSDR Settlement discipline – Prevention is better than cure

Jun 05, 2020

Join Philip Slavin from Taskize and Alex Duggan from Cognizant, as they discuss:

  • Getting ahead of the challenges facing market participants
  • Operational compliance is the tip of the iceberg - How to minimise the expected financial cost 
  • The fundamental components of a front-to-back solution 
  • See how it could work for you

Bios:

Philip is Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of Taskize. Phil has spent over 20 years as both a user and a creator of financial technology.  For the early part of his career he worked with both buy and sell-side institutions before joining Fidessa where he ran Business Development and Product Marketing.  Immediately prior to Taskize, Phil led Strategic Alliances in EMEA for Pivotal Software, a specialist in agile software delivery.

 

Alex has been at Cognizant for 2 years and focuses on Capital market platform solutions. Prior to that he has 25+ years of Operations experience within Investment banking, working at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse, managing different Operational businesses, strategic architecture projects, cost optimisation and regulatory initiatives.

 

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