Post Trade Services

What We Do For You

Capability. Augment. Execute. Enhance.

JDX provides flexible resource solutions to strengthen operational capacity and enhance the transaction life-cycle process.

JDX can help bolster operational capacity throughout the end-to-end transaction lifecycle from trade support through to transaction reporting and collateral management.

JDX supports our clients in managing skill shortages and in tackling large scale remediation programmes. 

Our people have extensive industry knowledge and hands-on experience of a wide range of transaction management disciplines and strategies, so are well placed to support our clients in improving their operational efficiency throughout the transaction lifecycle.

OUR CORE SERVICES

JDX can supply skilled resource in the following areas of Post Trade Services:

  • Trade Management
  • Trade Controls
  • Collateral Management
  • Trade Processing
  • Operational Controls
  • Transaction Reporting
  • Reconciliation and Resolution
  • Testing and Assurance
  • Data analysis and clean up
  • Backlogs
  • Backloading

For more information please contact Nicola.Chambers@jdxconsulting.com

Making the difference

JDX Establishes a Go Green Society

MONIKA MESKAUSKAITE Breaking the Plastic Habit is a programme which aims to eliminate single-use plastics from stores and businesses at Canary Wharf via new technology,

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JDX to support British Schoolgirls Skiing Races 2020

The British Schoolgirl Races, which are organised by the Ladies Ski Club, first took place on the slopes of Gstaad in 1959, moving to Villars in 1976. 

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Why Letting Data Go Matters to Customers and Companies

MARKUS BUHMANN We hear a lot of talk about how, why and when organisations collect data from individuals.

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