Manage Your Collateral Schedules
RULE, our new online collateral schedule platform. This easy-to-use tool can help you manage all the key aspects of your collateral relationships. RULE creates a flexible, collaborative and intelligent environment for the management of your collateral schedules. So enhance the efficiency of your workflow and take full control of your collateral schedules with our new platform, designed to better integrate your needs—and our services.
Benefits of Digital Transformation
As a result of our investment in this technology, you’ll be able to streamline your end-to-end collateral schedule workflow. That doesn’t just mean improved operational efficiency; it may also reduce your time-to-market as well as enhance your risk profile.
How It Works: 1) Set up your criteria; 2) Negotiate your schedules; 3) Counterparty confirms; 4) Approved
Through RULE you’ll be able to:
- Define your collateral eligibility criteria.
- Negotiate schedules with your counterparties and receive feedback in real time.
- Legally agree to your collateral schedules electronically.
- Efficiently manage your risk.
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