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DTCC’s Institutional Trade Processing (ITP) service suite has its origins in the set of trade processing solutions that constituted the Omgeo business. Combining DTCC’s global solution for legal entity identifiers and its settlement capabilities with the formerly Omgeo-branded pre-trade and matching services, ITP offers buy-side, sell-side and custodian firms an end-to-end straight-through-processing solution for their trading activity.

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The GMEI® Utility utility is DTCC’s legal entity identifier (LEI) solution designed to create and apply a single, universal standard identifier to any organization or firm involved in a financial transaction globally.

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The industry’s largest and most compliant web-based global database for the maintenance and communication of account and standing settlement instructions (SSI)

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Connect provides buy-side firms consolidated access to various domestic and global post-trade services and robust settlements management all within one single UI and entry point.

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OASYS is our U.S. domestic trade allocation and acceptance service that communicates trade and allocation details between investment managers and broker/dealers.

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The CTM platform for the central matching of cross-border and domestic transactions.

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DTCC Exception Manager


The DTCC Exception Manager platform allows market participants to publish, manage and communicate on exceptions throughout the trade lifecycle process.

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TradeSuite ID


TradeSuite ID delivers substantial efficiency and cost savings to firms through automated electronic trade agreement between counterparties.

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DTCC’s Benchmarks service delivers a suite of powerful analytical products that enable broker/dealers and investment managers to measure and compare operational performance against that of counterparties and industry peers.

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