DTCC's Corporate Actions Reengineering project will be implemented in phases over the course of the next several years, with the goal of retiring all legacy systems on or before 2015.
The goals of the multi-year reengineering project will be -- over time -- to upgrade and replace many of the 60 legacy systems that currently support corporate actions at DTCC. Technical documents and specifications will be updated and published here as the reegineering project continues to move forward.
This migration guide provides a summary of the major changes associated with the reegineering effort.
Corporate Actions Messaging Specifications for ISO 20022 - intended as an implementation overview for both technical and business experts.
Distributions Lifecycle (Entitlements, Allocations and Instructions Message Types)
Distributions Lifecycle: Entitlements and Allocations Message Types
Distributions Lifecycle: Instructions Message Types
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and implementation timeline for the DTCC Corporate Actions Reengineering initiative
Learn more about how the industry plans to transform how corporate actions are announced: a business case by DTCC, SWIFT, and XBRL US recommending changes to the current process
DTCC’s Corporate Action reengineering project will transform how DTCC processes and communicates with its Participants and clients across the whole corporate actions lifecycle, from announcement through to payment.Download File
This webcast provides an overview of how to use the documentation needed to map from DTCC's legacy data files to the ISO 20022 Standard, complete with a high level mapping example.View Demo
DTCC is committed to working with customers and the vendor community to prepare for this transition. For more information, please contact email@example.com.Contact
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) today announced it will launch a pilot program testing new ISO 20022 corporate actions announcement messages and its new browser-based user interface with five leading corporate action users on April 25.Read More