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Corporate Actions – An Introduction

When a company issues a corporate action, it sets in motion an event that brings material change to the company and has ramifications for its stakeholders. However, processing corporate action events is a complex business involving many different market participants and including many possible event types. This course looks at the fundamentals of corporate actions from a number of different perspectives. It also discusses the role of the various participants in the corporate actions processing chain, with particular emphasis on the part played by custodians. A second course will look at the major corporate action event types.

  • OBJECTIVES

    On completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Describe corporate actions from a number of different perspectives and outline the roles of the key participants in the corporate actions processing chain

    Identify the primary records that custodians maintain in order to process corporate actions

  • COURSE OUTLINE

    Topic 1: Overview of Corporate Actions

    What is a Corporate Action?

    o Purpose

    o Impact

    o Nature of Benefit Generation

    Market Participants

    Processing Corporate Actions

    Topic 2: Custodians Record Keeping & Reporting

    Consolidated Reports

    Client Centric Report

    Security Centric Report

    Cash Report

    Custodian Reporting – Example

    Custodian Communications

    Static Data

  • PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE

  • ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME

    50 Minutes

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