This week in Post-Trade – 2nd February 2018

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The news we are reading this week includes – Argentina securities lending programme in final straight – Securities Lending Times, 1st February   According to Alejandro Berney from Caja de Valores, Argentina’s securities lending programme is on course to get the green light from the National Securities Commission (CNV). The exchange’s regulation on securities lending […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 19th January 2018

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The news we’re reading this week includes – Short selling receives green light in Kenya – Securities Lending Times, 16th January   The Kenyan Capital Market Authority (CMA) has given the green light to the Nairobi Stock Exchange to launch a short selling and supporting securities lending facility. It is expected to attract fresh investors, […]

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Post-trade and the hunt for value

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On Thursday, 7 December 2017, SIX Securities Services hosted another edition of our Post-Trade Forum in London. Together with industry participants and opinion leaders, we discussed and debated how the post-trade industry can continue to grow in value for its clients and, ultimately, the end investor. With Brexit on the horizon, an explosion in alternative […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 15th December 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   Singapore exchange to increase members’ derivatives fees – Financial Times, 11th December   The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is to increase fees as much as 10 times for derivatives members from 2018 following upgrade to the technology it uses. From January, annual fees for proprietary trading members, […]

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This week in Post-Trade – 1st December 2017

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The news we’re reading this week includes –   Efforts to pull euro clearing from UK receive funds industry backing – Funds Europe, 22nd November   The challenge to London’s dominance of the euro derivatives clearing market, estimated to be worth €1 trillion-a-day, has received a boost, with the news that the German national funds […]

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