Automation & Real-Time Treasury in Financial Institutions

CLS’s Angus Scott is speaking at the Automation & Real-Time Treasury in Financial Institutions forum in taking place in London on 4-5 June 2019. Angus will be discussing the industry and regulatory drivers requiring banks to efficiently and effectively manage liquidity intraday; as well as the internal and external solutions which can help them to achieve this.

12:00, 4 June 2019

Active Liquidity Management- Developing Market Solutions

  • Understand regulatory and industry drivers imposing banks to manage intraday liquidity more efficiently
  • Develop Robust strategies to address raising costs of intraday, while optimising the use of liquidity over the day
  • CLSNOW: meeting your intraday funding needs in real time with no settlement risk
  • Looking into the future: alignment between nostros; money markets, and payments and settlement systems to increase velocity and reduce liquidity traps
  • Why is real-time becoming more important & what do we mean by a Real-Time Treasury?
  • What core capability do you need?
  • Why is real-time hard to achieve?
  • How will requirements evolve?
  • Where can technology help?

Angus Scott has over twenty years’ experience in capital markets infrastructure and securities services, specializing in product management, strategy and strategic change management. Having joined CLS in 2018 as Head of Product, Angus is responsible for creating and delivering a portfolio of new forward-thinking product opportunities across the company’s three business lines – settlement, processing and data. Angus will be capitalizing on his innovative approach to product delivery and market connectivity to embrace the firm’s ambitious product growth agenda over the next 18-24 months.

Prior to joining CLS, Angus was a leading voice on technology innovation, including blockchain, for six years at Euroclear where he was Head of Product Strategy and Innovation for the post-trade provider. Previously, Angus held executive roles at HSBC Securities Services and the London Stock Exchange.

Angus holds a BA (Hons) 1st Class, History from University of Leeds.

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Automation & Real-Time Treasury in Financial Institutions

Automation & Real-Time Treasury in Financial Institutions

  • London
  • 4-5 Jun 19