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The hunt for value for post-trade services
The securities services industry is on the cusp of immense change in the next five to 10 years, as innovation in technology brings opportunities and challenges, as the onward march of regulatory requirements continues and while the sector seeks to deliver value in its client experience and service provision. This paper analyses how technological change is the driver to deliver efficiency improvements, increase cost/income ratios, improve client experience and ‘future proof’ post-trade processing to allow new asset classes and greater flexibility in service models.
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Bambury Brendon Brendon Bambury is Head of Post Trade Sales — UK & Nordics — at SIX where he is responsible for all sales and client activity of clearing, settlement and global custody services in these regions. He has been in the securities services since 1998 starting in operations with Coutts Global Custody Services and several years in operational and client service roles at BNY Mellon and Société Générale Securities Services. He then joined KAS BANK, UK, as a sales manager in 2009. Brendon is a Senior Manager with extensive experience in building and leading sales teams, client relationship and operational teams. He joined SIX in 2016 initially as a senior sales manager and was appointed to his current role in 2018. Brendon has a sound knowledge of the current regulatory regime, pending technology opportunities and the operational challenges faced by the industry players.