Brussels
19 October 2012
Reporter: Jenna Jones
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EasyWay does it for Euroclear Bank clients


Euroclear Bank clients will be the first to use Euroclear’s new browser-based application, EasyWay.

Easyway is set to launch in November 2012 for corporate actions and will extend in time to cover all Euroclear Bank services.

EasyWay will efficiently perform operational tasks, while managing operational risk in real time. The application also operates an intuitive warning system to highlight imminent corporate deadlines, to prevent clients from missing deadlines.

Jo Van de Velde, head of product management, Euroclear, said: "This new-generation portal marks a big step forward in our 'post-trade made easy' mission, and specifically to further mitigate and control the risks associated with corporate action processing. With EasyWay, clients will benefit from a one-stop-shop to access our services, with real-time monitoring and instructing features.”

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