DTC’s Corporate Actions Processing Service for Redemptions provides full lifecycle processing, including announcing details of upcoming events, providing participants with information about their entitlements, and collecting, allocating, and reporting payments. The Redemptions service includes events such as full and partial calls, final paydowns, maturities, full and partial pre-refundings, partial defeasances, terminations, and other events that arise from the servicing of securities eligible at the depository. To learn more about Full Lifecycle Processing of Redemptions for Securites, be sure to visit the Redemptions page on DTCC's corporate website (www.dtcc.com). You may also wish to visit the By-Laws, Rules and Procedures page for access to various Fee and Service Guides.
Here In the Redemptions section of the Learning Center you'll find learning content specific to CA Web such as user guides, help files, eLearning, FAQs and other supporting documentation. Be sure you login and utilize the Resources tab at the top of this page to access content related to:
- CA Web Redemptions - including
- the Redemptions Dashboard and Announcements,
- Redemptions Advanced Search,
- Redemptions Record Detail, and
- Redemptions Entitlements, Allocations and Adjustments.
Note: For information about Distributions and Reorg functionality in CA Web, be sure to access those areas within the Corporate Actions Processing section of the Learning Center. If you haven't already and you want to familiarize yourself with CA Web, be sure to visit the CA Web section.
CA Web User Guide
The CA Web User Guide compiles the contents of the CA Web Help, including information for Distributions and Redemptions and thoroughly explains the CA Web interface and functionality. This is where you'll find the latest and most up-to-date information about CA Web and we recommend it as both the place to start and as a comprehensive learning solution.
Provisioning Access and Roles to CA Web Users
This guide for Super Access Coordinators/Access Coordinators describes how to create a CRS profile, how to provide the profile with access, and what the possible roles are in CA Web.
We recommend you begin by reviewing the CA Web User Guide as it explains all aspects of the Corporate Actions Web system.