Building a cost-allocation model for the JSE

Project name:
Building a cost-allocation model for the JSE

Service:
Business and operating models

Sector:
Financial Services

Client:
Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)

Date:
2015

Country:
South Africa


The Market Regulation Division of the JSE appointed Genesis Analytics to develop a cost-allocation model that defines its cost of regulating each of the JSE's markets. 

The principal objective of the project was for the model to function as a strategic tool for the division, informing strategic and tactical decision-making with respect to the JSE and regulated members as ultimate beneficiaries. The project was divided into two components, the first of which was a discovery phase that scoped what analysis had already been conducted within the JSE and then charted a way forward for the project.

The second phase required Genesis to develop an accurate five-year costing model that reflected direct and indirect cost associated with regulating each of the JSE's markets, and took into account evolving IT infrastructure projects.

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