How will digitalisation and innovation change the custody landscape in the coming years? This question formed the departure point for a panel of BNY Mellon representatives in PostTrade 360° Stockholm.
Looking into the future can be challenging – but new artificial intelligence tools can at least help us identify indicators of upcoming problems in our high-volume processes.
The Thursday panel on the future of custody was made up of three BNY Mellon representatives:
Caroline Butler, Global Head of Custody, Tax and Network Management,
Rachel Turner, Global Head of Commercial Custody Product, and
Paula Avraamides, MD, Global Client Management.
More details on the session may eventually be added to this article, possibly a video from the session too.
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