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The financial sector is moving to T+1, but why stop there?

Settling securities trades in a single day (T+0) will represent a paradigm shift, and the industry can get ahead of this future now.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced last year its intent to shorten the settlement cycle for most securities trades from two business days to one – a change that will come into effect on May 28, 2024. It’s the latest evolution in a long-standing trend of shortening trade cycles – one that could soon extend to same-day settlement.

And while moving to T+1 settlement requires time and investment in technology as well as change management, moving to T+0 will create significantly more disruption for the financial sector. But institutions don’t need to wait until regulators mandate this change. In this report, we explore how beginning the process of transitioning now will put companies in front of the massive shift on the horizon.

To learn more, download the report here.

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Patrick Bucquet

Financial Services Lead, Capgemini Invent
Tech-savvy and industry expert with more than 20 years of experience in banking, Patrick bridges the gap between business and technology to support the transformation of the financial sector. Embarking on his career at IBM Global Services, Patrick then honed his skills in the telecom industry before coming back to banking to leverage digital capabilities to launch customer-focused offering. With first-hand experience in the transformation of the financial sector landscape and the emergence of new services throughout Europe, Asia and North America, Patrick is now leading the advisory practice in North America.

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