If you are the person in your organisation (most likely a Company Secretary) who is responsible for managing authorised signatory lists, chances are you are familiar with the pain associated with maintaining and distributing them (internally and externally).
Now that the GDPR is effective, Company Secretaries face an increased regulatory burden and we think it’s extremely useful to have tools that can help you manage your workload and improve efficiency. Take a look at the top 6 tech solutions.
Cygnetise announces the launch of its Authorised Signatory List management solution onto the Temenos MarketPlace, the global platform for facilitating the exchange of value between fintech providers and financial institutions.
D-Day for GDPR is almost here. Starting on the 25th of May, the new data protection law will become effective, and we wanted to take a closer to look at how it will affect Company Secretaries specifically.
MiFID II requires buyers and sellers of financial instruments to be individually identified, either by a Legal Entity Identifier (LEI), or on a person by person basis, where those responsible for each trade are identified by name, date of birth and a ‘buyer identification code.’1
This purpose of this article is to simply highlight benefits of decentralisation with multi party approvals. There are many aspects to this and unlimited examples. We have attempted to just give the reader a flavour.