Company Overview of Gresham Computing plc
Gresham Computing plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides software based solutions that enable customers to achieve real-time financial certainty in transaction and cash management for financial institutions and corporate customers in EMEA, North America, and the Asia Pacific. The company operates in Software, North American Real Time Financial Reporting (RTFS), and Asia Pacific & EMEA RTFS segments. Its solutions include Clareti Transaction Control (CTC), an enterprise technology platform; CTC Intersystems for the control of intersystem reconciliations; CTC OTCs/Swaps, an operational risk platform for complex transactions, such as swaps and other OTC instruments; and CTC Receivables M...
10 – 15 Queen Street
London, EC4N 1TX
Founded in 1969
Key Executives for Gresham Computing plc
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: $150.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: $97.5K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Gresham Computing plc Key Developments
Gresham Computing plc Wins CTC Contract
Apr 7 15
Gresham Computing plc announced the significant CTC contract win: One of the insurance brokers has purchased CTC as a strategic control platform for real-time matching and reconciliation of transaction data across global operations. CTC will assist the broker in improving operational control and delivering efficiencies whilst meeting their growing regulatory obligations. CTC will initially be used by the insurance broker in two main areas: matching and reconciliation of non-standardised intercompany transactions and matching and reconciliation of standardised transactions on the London bureau market against the broker's internal systems. These initial phases will be followed by the use of CTC for the matching and reconciliation of non-standardised non-bureau transactions. Going forward, CTC will be used for the reconciliation and control of insurance transactions in all global markets, either introducing new controls or replacing existing ones. CTC is an entirely configurable matching and reconciliation platform that has been designed to accept all data formats (non-standardised and standardised) and is sufficiently flexible to deal efficiently and effectively with any subsequent changes made to business processes, systems and data formats. CTC was selected following an assessment of various factors, including: rapid on-boarding time (that is the time taken to get data into CTC, configure matching rules and the user interface), auditability, scalability, future-proofing, stability and flexibility. This new contract will provide a strong contribution to planned CTC revenues in the current and future years.
Gresham Computing plc Launches Transaction Reporting Solution
Mar 30 15
Gresham Computing plc announced the launch of Clareti Transaction Control (CTC) Transaction Reporting. The solution allows financial institutions (FIs) to verify and validate that trades reported to trade repositories comply with the requirements of regulations for eligible trades under Dodd Frank, EMIR, REMIT, G20, MiFID and MiFIR. A set of pre-defined rules within CTC allows multiple sources of internal data to be compared, validated and verified, so that the correct information is delivered to regulators and registered reporting mechanisms, in the required format, with all of the associated rules applied. The solution validates, in real-time, the integrity of the data held in all FI systems from the front and back office through to the exchange. It checks that the transactional information recorded in the organisation's internal books and records matches the trade repository view. This provides peace of mind to FIs that their transaction reporting processes are effective, that data is complete and reporting obligations to regulators have been satisfied. The in-built logic contained within CTC Transaction Reporting allows it to deal with multiple regulations and reporting entities concurrently. Based on certain data fields, or internal reference data, CTC can automatically determine, which trades need to be reported to which repositories and reporting entities, such as CME, UnaVista, MAS or the DTCC. CTC can rapidly smooth the transition process should FIs decide to change trade repositories. CTC's in-built flexibility and scalability ensures that it is particularly adept in handling non-standardised data sets, such as OTC derivative transactions, which can involve the matching of data formats over 1,000 columns wide. While such data formats are problematic for legacy systems, CTC handles them effortlessly. As a result CTC is ideally suited to meeting the demands set by Dodd Frank and EMIR as well as adapting to any future regulatory requirements that may arise.
Gresham Computing plc Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2014
Mar 24 15
Gresham Computing plc reported consolidated earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2014. For the period, the company reported revenue of £12,832,000 against £14,048,000 a year ago. Operating profit was £432,000 against £1,935,000 a year ago. Profit before taxation from continuing operations was £456,000 against £1,960,000 a year ago. Profit after taxation from continuing operations was £1,095,000 against £2,578,000 a year ago. Profit after tax attributable to owners of the parent was £1,095,000 against £2,398,000 a year ago. Diluted earnings per share were £1.62 against £3.70 a year ago. Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations were £1.62 against £3.98 a year ago. Net cash inflow from operating activities was £3,060,000 against £1,193,000 a year ago. Purchase of property, plant and equipment was £244,000 against £557,000 a year ago. Payments to acquire intangible fixed assets were £3,238,000 against £2,271,000 a year ago. EBITDA was £1.06 million against £2.39 million a year ago. Total revenues were down 9% primarily as a result of a reduction in lower margin non-CTC RTFS revenues, with nearly half of this decrease caused by adverse £:AUD currency movements. The profitability impact of this revenue reduction was relatively modest with these non-CTC RTFS revenues attracting a lower gross margin, of approximately 15%.
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