Causeway has chosen Misys Banking Systems (Misys) to increase efficiencies in the confirmation and settlement processes for FX, money market, and other financial instrument transactions. By automating its short-term investment confirmation matching, Causeway is able to achieve greater efficiency through the realisation of straight-through-processing, says Misys. “Our goal was to implement a system that would increase efficiencies without taxing existing internal resources during implementation,” stated Pete Petersen, head of technology at Causeway. “In addition, we wanted a system that would automate the front office to the back offices and would be easy to install whilst integrating with our existing platforms”.
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