This week in Post-Trade – 11th August 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   MEPs seek tougher rules on London euro clearing after UK quits EU – Financial Times, 7th August   The concern that the UK may lose some of the lucrative clearing activity following Brexit has been heightened this week, as the European Parliament intends to toughen EU plans […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 27th July 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   Myanmar sees first ever repo transaction – Securities Lending Times, 26th July   Myanmar, also known as Burma, has seen its first ever repo transaction. The transaction served as a test between two banks for the Central Bank of Myanmar’s new clearing and settlement system, CNM-NET. […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 17th July 2017

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CCP use on the up, says ECB – Securities Lending Times, 12th July   According to a new European Central Bank (ECB) study, central counterparties (CCPs) are becoming more attractive for securities financing transactions. In the research, banks reported that the use of CCPs had gone up between March and May for many types of […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 28th June 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   BNY Mellon research finds collateral pressures impacting most buy-side institutions – Finadium, 26th June   In new research, conducted in association with PwC, BNY Mellon has found that collateral pressure is affecting the majority of buy-side institutions. The research reveals that across the world, financial institutions […]

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Advanced Settlement – freeing banks to focus on their core business strategies

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The Swiss financial center is one of the most competitive financial centers in the world. Faced with increasing compliance costs, a range of legacy systems and heavily staffed commoditized services in their portfolios, Switzerland’s banks are confronting the challenge head on by examining what they can do to free up resources and ‘corporate bandwidth’ to […]

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