fe Awards 2005 - Brand Campaign of the year

EUROCLEAR - FUNDSETTLE Our judges felt that brand campaign of the year should go to Euroclear and its FundSettle brand. Euroclear provides securities services to major financial institutions located in more than 80 countries.
  FundSettle is Euroclear's fund platform, which offers a centralised fund-processing infrastructure to deal with high-volume, cross border transactions in investment funds. It provides a single access point to and from all relevant parties associated with fund distribution.
  FundSettle clients benefit from centralised fund distribution on a cross border basis through neutral and market-owned order processing. They also benefit from a substantial reduction in operational costs and risk as a result of the highly automated process of routing orders and confirmations, thereby facilitating higher volumes and the development of more value added services.
  FundSettle provides single real-time access between fund distributors and transfer agents through electronic order-routing, order processing, a record keeping system, and a comprehensive action processing system.

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