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November, 2010

Thomas Murray - Monthly Newsletter

As a local market infrastructure entity or interested participant, Thomas Murray is pleased to send you our November newsletter. This newsletter provides access to the top stories we reported on as part of our on-going surveillance of local capital markets worldwide. We currently track over 100 securities markets, 150 Central Securities Depositories and have Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Rating Reports on over 90 markets worldwide, assessing the post trade risk exposures faced by international investors.

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Top Stories

Brazil - Government Issues Resolution 3.914 and 3.915

Further to our previous newsflash, the Brazilian government has issued Resolution 3.914, which prohibits foreign investors from borrowing securities for collateral purposes from 21 October 2010. The borrowed securities...

Global - Draft Settlement Day Schedule in T2S

Further to our previous newsflash, on 11 October 2010 the European Central Bank (ECB) held a workshop on further developments on the T2S project. The ECB team presented a draft settlement day schedulefor T2S...

Indonesia - Increase of Paid-in Capital Requirements for Securities Companies

According to the new regulation (No.153/PMK.010/2010) issued by the Ministry of Finance, the paid-in capital of securities companies will be increased over a period up to 31 December 2012. This takes into account the recommendations...

Morocco - CSE Introduced New Regulations for Management of Fail Trades

In an update to our previous newsflash, the Casablanca Stock Exchange (CSE) has issued new regulations, amending the fails management procedures and the contributions to the local guarantee fund...

Russia RTS to Increase Its Guarantee Fund

The Russian Trading System Stock Exchange (RTS) has proposed some changes to its Guarantee (Contingency) Fund, due to the recent increase in trading volumes. According to the proposal, the calculation method for the contributions...

Total Number of Thomas Murray Flashes Issued: October 2010

Depository/CSD Risk Flashes: 65 (833 year on year)
Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Flashes: 68 (891 year on year)

Worth Knowing

Depository Risk Flashes

Italy - Capital Increase Enhancement Project

Russia - DCC Conducts Test for Its Back-Up Centre

South Africa - STRATE Publishes New Amendments to Its Regulations - Update

Taiwan - TWSE Allows Pre-funding of TWD on T-1 for Trading in Full-Delivery/Watch List Stocks

United Arab Emirates - DFM is to Introduce DVP Settlement Model

USA - DTCC Launches New Corporate Action Messages - Update

Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Rating Flashes

Australia, Singapore - SGX to Acquire ASX

Israel - Corporate bonds- transition to settlement on T+1- Update

Kazakhstan - CSD Becomes NNA to Issue ISIN and CFI Codes - Update

Norway - Cooperation between CBL and Oslo Clearing ASA on Collateral Management

Venezuela - New Resolution on AML and Prevention of Terrorism Financing

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