Program mobilization: the imperative for action is increasingly urgent
of respondents to our survey said they’ve already completed a high-level assessment to evaluate the degree of T+1 impact.
of respondents are confident their firm will have the proper infrastructure in place by 2024.
Strong, centralized project and change management will be vital
of all respondents said they believe technology will take the lead.
of heads of equities technology believe technology will take the lead.
of all respondents think operations will lead the transition.
of heads of equities operations think operations will lead the transition.
Many firms have started to prepare for the T+1 settlement cycle, but might be underestimating the time, cost and effort required to enable T+1.
AI and automation: the key to help boosting STP and competitive edge under T+1
claim automation is already embedded and optimized in their post-trade processing.
say AI is already embedded and optimized in their post-trade processing.
Program details and budget: getting real about the costs
respondents to our survey expect their firm to spend between $6 and $10m on the T+1 transition over the next few years.
Looking forward to the future of settlement: the journey to T+0 and DLT
of respondents agreed that DLT will play an important role in the settlements process going forward.
86% of respondents said their organization is already considering T+0 in their current T+1 efforts.