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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This week in Post-Trade – 16th June 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   EU in bid to give ESMA CCP relocation power – The Trade, 13th June   In further news, following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, plans have been confirmed by the European Commission to tighten supervision of central counterparties (CCPs) within the EU. They’ve also […]

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SIX Securities Services adds US Equity and Fixed Income securities on the CO:RE trading platform

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SIX Repo Ltd – owned by SIX Securities Services – has added two additional security types, US Equities and Fixed income (Treasuries) on its repo trading platform CO:RE, allowing refinancing versus cash. SIX Securities Services has enhanced its tri party offering by adding US Equity and Fixed Income securities for financing on the CO:RE Repo […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 31st May 2017

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ECB warns of DLT fragmentation risk in clearing and settlement – Global Custodian, 30th May   According to the president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, the application of distributed ledger technology (DLT) could lead to increased market fragmentation across member states. During a speech at the European Parliament in Brussels, he warned of […]

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