Automating the securities lifecycle
With market uncertainties and volatility looking likely in the foreseeable future, digital transformation is no longer a choice, but a necessity
Securities services is employing digital tools in post-trade to deliver new benefits to clients at the front end of the securities lifecycle. As such, the business is committed to using advanced digital techniques such as distributed ledger technology (DLT), application programming interfaces (API), artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics and machine learning. These will deliver client-centric securities services, and transform our custody and clearing, domestic fund services and agency securities lending product suite.
This strategy reflects Deutsche Bank’s strength, as a leading German bank with strong European roots and a global network, backed by 150 years’ experience of enabling clients to conduct business all over the world. We are confident that by successfully navigating these technologies disrupting the securities services industry, we can reduce data latency, improve transparency and improve overall client experience.
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