Reacrchitecting the post-trade landscape
Growth is becoming less easy to find.
By working together, we are finding new ways of solving problems - new and old.
By applying new technologies and business models to existing challenges or existing technologies and business models to new client segments.
Together we can eliminate critical inefficiencies and reduce costs and risks internally, at the intra firm and country level.
The financial markets are seeking to understand the potential of blockchain, how to utilise the technology and lays out the path for its adoption.
Blockchain settlement - Regulation, innovation and application
This joint report by Euroclear and Slaughter and May aims to help regulators, policy makers and leaders in capital markets understand the regulatory and legal aspects related to the use of distributed ledger technology in post-trade settlement.
Building the future through innovation
Angus Scott, Head of Product Strategy and Innovation, says wholesale financial markets are set for a period of potentially disruptive change. Is this signalling a fundamental re-think of the traditional finance business models in the post-trade world? At Euroclear, we believe these models will increasingly evolve towards a collaborative, peer-to-peer approach.
WEBINAR A reality check: blockchain in financial services
Industry experts cut through the hype and separate myth from reality. They explore characteristics of blockchain technology that make it suitable for financial services applications, and what current industry issues can really be solved by distributed ledger technology.
Blockchain in capital markets - The prize and the journey
A recent joint report with Oliver Wyman to helps you understand the potential of blockchain technology while laying the paths for its adoption and presenting the decisions that are required by capital markets firms today.
New ways of working to control back-office costs
Building tomorrow's banks today | 1
Banks’ back office costs are out of line with today’s revenues. In tackling the issue, banks need to look at new ways of solving some of the industry’s oldest problems says Angus Scott, Euroclear’s Head of Product Strategy and Innovation.
Building tomorrow's banks today | 2
Angus Scott, Euroclear’s Head of Product Strategy and Innovation, continues our series on new ways for banks to tackle operations costs by looking at four key areas: automation, collaboration, systems and data.
Building tomorrow's banks today | 3
In this final part in our series on new ways of working to reduce operations costs, Angus Scott looks at practical, targeted new solutions that deliver big wins.
Industry harmonisation and liberalisation
There is a global shift to harmonisation of trading and settlement practices as countries and firms look to allow easier international investors access to local markets. These are worthwhile goals, but the interests of an individual country come first.
How do you align harmonisation and liberalisation with regulatory supervision? Only by respecting differing agendas in different countries and regions, says Jo Van de Velde, Global Head of Product Management, Euroclear.
Matching payers and receivers
SetClaim - Automate your claims management
See how SetClaim, our new automated receivables and payables matching service, enables you to achieve fast and efficient two-way matching of claims throughout their lifecycle and with multiple counterparties.
Better ways to manage exception resolutions?
Does the connecting of operations personnel to get things done more quickly and efficiently mean a need any change to existing operating models?
The Future of FinOps
FinOps are labouring under a burden of regulation, cost pressure and legacy systems not suited to modern markets. Managers are looking for practical, cost effective solutions to address the challenge. Taskize presents a way to make work flow across the industry without disruptive technology investment and leaving the path clear for emerging operational models.
Meet our Head of Product Strategy and Innovation
Angus Scott has over twenty years experience in capital markets infrastructure and securities services, specialising in strategy and strategic change management.
As Head of Product Strategy and Innovation at Euroclear Group, he is responsible for creating and delivering a portfolio of new, commercially viable product opportunities that support Euroclear's strategic agenda.