Nivaura partners with banks, issuers, lawyers and other stakeholders to digitise and automate capital markets transactions.
Enabling data to flow seamlessly between participants in the securities issuance process, our technology reduces the time, resource and operational risk associated with existing workflows.Book a Demo
Find out how we can help you strip out layers of complexity to solve unsolvable challenges.
LSEG’s Flow platform, which is powered by Nivaura, digitises and automates the debt capital markets issuance process.
Bringing together participants on a single digital platform hosted by the London Stock Exchange group, Flow uses machine-readable securities documentation to enable transaction parties to negotiate, execute and share data for MTN drawdowns efficiently and securely.
Nivaura is working closely with LSEG to enhance Flow, adding new functional and non-functional services and advanced machine learning capability to further automate the securities issuance process.
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Leverage structured data and machine-readable securities documentation to reduce manual processes, increase accuracy and lower operational risk.
Collaborate across the MTN drawdown process, with streamlined negotiation of documents, automated calculations and data enrichement, and transparency across each stage of the deal process.
Digital workflows can be tailored to your internal process and controls, with a digital and proprietary audit trail.
Powered by Nivaura, a digital platform for debt capital market issuance in Asia.
“The DCM market is critical to corporate financing in Europe, but the new issue execution process hasn’t been modernised. Everyone knows this, but until recently, banks didn’t always look at DCM in ways that captured the full costs, with front office bankers being measured on deal profitability and league tables. Now institutions know they’ve got to take out costs, automate and externalise functions – not least because borrowers are asking intelligent questions.” Spencer further highlighted: “In 2018 in Europe borrowers paid around $5.7 billion in new issue fees. However, with the high cost base for dealers in the industry the margins are small. Therefore, taking unnecessary cost out of primary market administration is now firmly on the radar of both treasurers and dealers.”
“This platform delivers proven technology to drive efficiency and enable compliance. It brings front-to-back automation to new issue execution management, taking out redundant and duplicative activity. End-to-end automation and minimisation of touchpoints removes cost, and because steps that currently occur consecutively can occur simultaneously, it also takes out time. It’s Workflow-as-a-Service, automatically managing information for each part of the new issue process, so dealers can deliver digital capital markets services to their clients”.
“This is a powerful collaboration for innovation in an important and complex market. Working with the grain of new issue dealers and their embedded market knowledge is the only way to identify and drive sustainable change. Listening to the market is critical to ensure innovation is feasible and relevant, and that’s already generating a positive response.”
Spencer LakeBoard Member of Nivaura and former Vice Chairman of HSBC’s global capital markets business
Dr. Avtar Singh SehraFounder and CEO of Nivaura
Nikhil Rathiformer CEO of the London Stock Exchange and Board Member of Nivaura
FLOW – a single, secure platform that cuts complexity and is fully auditable.
“Our partnership with Nivaura to develop Flow, built to simplify bond transaction execution is revolutionising capital flow by helping market participants do business in an open-access, resilient, secure and scalable manner.”
Shrey Kohli, Head of Debt Capital Markets and Funds, Capital Markets at London Stock Exchange
Creating efficiencies with a data standard, which can be read by machines and humans to use in legal documents during transactions as well as down-stream systems.
“Having a common language for automated securities will benefit the capital markets as a whole.”
Theo Trayhurn, A&O Capital Markets Partner