Broadridge Financial Solutions has extended its participation in the SWIFTReady accreditation process through two awards for its international solutions. The accreditations include the 2011 SWIFTReady Reconciliation label for Broadridge’s PROactiveTM Reconciliation solution, representing a renewal from 2010, plus its new 2011 accreditation of SWIFTReady for Corporates – Treasury, for Broadridge’s SWIFT transaction management and workflow solution, STM PROactive.
Broadridge’s PROactive Reconciliation solution provides functionality for both internal and external reconciliation across cash, payments, securities and derivatives, supporting the early detection of exceptions and their timely resolution with the minimum amount of manual intervention. It supports enterprise-wide, multi-company operations and offers a range of deployment options including service bureau, BPO and onsite implementation.
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