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Richard Colvill, Managing director

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In the constantly evolving landscape that is the securities finance industry, it is important that you have people that you can trust and rely on to ensure you reach your goals.

Are you updating a legacy or selecting and implementing a new system? Do you have business processes that require development or optimising? Regulatory change to deliver? If so, then our extensive industry knowledge and experience makes Consolo the partner of choice for all of your project and resourcing needs by working with you to deliver the results you want, your way.

Consolo is a new company whose aim is to provide a specialised business change service within securities finance. The nucleus of the company each possesses over 20 years industry experience, which enables us to offer focused solutions for all aspects of your business.

Among our specialties are agency and principal lending, including:
• Repo
• Cash and collateral management
• Operational risk
• Project management
• Regulation
• Third-party lending
• Back-office outsourcing

In-depth functional and implementation expertise of the current industry standards:
• 4Sight Financial Software
• GlobalOne
• Trading Apps
• EquiLend/BondLend/Next Generation Trading
• Pirum
Consolo Features archive
Securities Lending Times
Consolo’s Richard Colvill lifts the lid on the complex working of the IR35 tax legislation, which potentially affects companies using agency staff, and outlines what securities finance participants should watch out for in the new framework
Richard Colvill of Consolo offers a four-letter breakdown of all the fast-approaching regulatory deadlines that are due this year
Consolo’s Sarah Nicholson discusses how the recent launch of the third wave of T2S could present the securities finance market with new opportunities for efficiency that should not be missed
The in-house versus vendor debate polarises opinion. Consolo senior partner Richard Colvill speaks to four experts to see where the answer might lie