As the world’s businesses and consumers migrate to the digital economy, banks and financial service providers are making their own transformational journeys, reappraising and reengineering their business models, service offerings and relationships with third parties.
Sibos 2018 will take place at ICC Sydney, Australia’s premier convention and exhibition venue. Located in Darling Harbour, it features striking contemporary design, plenary options holding up to 8,000 people, and an open-air event deck.
Join us at Sibos in Sydney
Sibos let us hold an enormous amount of concentrated meetings in a relatively short timeframe – helping us to strengthen our client relationships, meet potential new clients as well as increase our product, service and brand awareness.
This year, we are bringing the full power of the fully-integrated Exchange Services portfolio covering everything our clients need from Listing, Trading and Post-Trading services. Join us to discover the wealth of value that SIX has to offer.
About SIX’s listing, trading and post-trading solutions
SIX supports the Swiss financial center and, in turn, the whole Swiss economy. Our exchange-related core functions are listing, trading and regulation. Our exchange is the ideal listing venue for companies of any origin, size and industry, and we offer outstanding liquidity for trading Swiss securities.
We bring companies from all over the world together with international investors and trading participants. As a central marketplace for securities, we help ensure that securities are priced efficiently and capital is deployed where it generates the best financial return.
Thanks to our system of self-regulation, we have in place a particularly market-friendly framework for listing and trading both Swiss and foreign equities, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), exchange-traded products (ETPs), funds and structured products.
A major feature of and key success factor underpinning our exchange is the efficient, secure and, above all, independent post-trade infrastructure that SIX has in place. It ensures that investors receive the securities they have actually bought on the exchange, while counterparties receive the proceeds from the securities they have sold.
As a leading provider of post-trade services, we develop value-creating services that help our clients reduce their operational complexity, risks and costs. This allows them to concentrate fully on their core business activities and strengths. This fits perfectly with our client promise: “We exist to save you money. Or make you money.”
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AI & Robotics
How data, AI and robotics are driving service innovation and business model renewal.
Are new technologies really going to reshape the securities services industry over the next decade?
Will robots now start talking to our clients?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming an integral part of client experience across a range of industries – some experts estimate that AI will have surpassed human intelligence by 2019!
Will robots start talking to our clients?
In our day-to-day lives we no longer think twice about trusting a bot to help us through a software installation and it has become second nature now to use voice commands for searches, ask about the weather, set calendar appointments and even buy pizzas.
New paradigms and technologies for information sharing to tackle financial crime.
Digitization? SIX embraced it long ago!
We live in exciting times. The digital transformation has touched every aspect of modern life and industry. And it is showing no signs of abating.
Today’s standards for tomorrow’s technology?
The financial industry is turning its attention to the application of ISO standards to bring Fintech innovation into the industry mainstream.
Can collateral be managed on a blockchain?
In his latest blog, a well-known UK-based commentator on financial services, quoted a recent study by Deloitte, showing that nine out of ten blockchain trials go nowhere.
Technology – driver of tomorrow’s post-trade world?
Post-trade service providers, driven by the growing importance of technology and evolving investor needs, are undertaking major reviews and upgrades of their system and operations environments.
Tackling the widening cybersecurity challenge in the digital economy.
Adapting to evolving geopolitical and regulatory priorities.