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CMI in Focus - Partial Settlement
Thomas Murray Data Services maintains a wealth of information through the whole post-trade lifecycle of securities. In a series of monthly reports, Thomas Murray Data Services will be investigating global trends in the industry through analysis of particular areas of capital market infrastructure.
This month's CMI in Focus looks at partial settlement and how it is adopted as a fails mitigant globally.
20 March, 2014
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a discussion paper on the draft technical standards for the regulation on improving securities settlement in the European Union and on central securities depositories (CSDR)...
04 March, 2014
KDPW and KDPW_CCP, the Polish central securities depository and central counterparty respectively, have announced a revised schedule for the introduction of their new partial settlement and netting services. The new services...
26 March, 2014
The National Settlement Depository (NSD) launched today new information services provided through its Corporate Information Centre (CIC). CIC will receive information on issuers, securities and corporate actionscovered by NSD and will allow the...
18 March, 2014
Further to our previous newsflash, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) announced the requirements for local securities companies to act as custodians for Foreign Institutional Investors (FINI) and Foreign Individual Investors (FIDI). Approved local...
05 March, 2014
Further to our previous market newsflashes, the Venezuelan Government announced that the Exchange Agreement No.27, which provides the operational conditions of the Complementary Foreign Exchange Administration System (SICAD II), came into force on...
Total Number of Thomas Murray Flashes Issued: March 2014
Securities Market Profiles Flashes: 246 (3124 year on year)
Central Securities Depository Flashes: 103 (1087 year on year)
Capital Market Infrastructure Flashes: 98 (1129 year on year)
Depository Risk Flashes
Belgium, France, Netherlands - Euroclear Publishes ESES-T2S Detailed Service Description
Peru - Amendments to MILA Regulation
Saudi Arabia - Tadawul Depository Report Updated and Rating Upgrade
Thailand - TSD's PSMS Project
Zambia - BoZ Introduces Penalties for Late Settlement
Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Rating Flashes
Canada - IIROC Publishes Concept Paper on Lowering Minimum Capital Requirements
Greece - Restructuring of Derivatives Market
Israel - Allotted Time to Cover Technical Short Positions - Update
Nigeria - Demutualisation of NSE
Vietnam - SBV Circular on VND Cash Account for Indirect Investments by Foreign Investors
Why firms need to be concerned with AIFMD right now
Join us for our first webinars in the series on Thursday 3 April. We will be covering the topic of why firms need to be concerned with AIFMD right now. We will be looking at the level of liability from a depositary and a legal perspective. We will be running the topic in German and English, across two webinars.
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German, at 13:00 CEST
English, at 14:00 BST
AIFMD and the depositary liability
Reporting under AIFMD
NASDAQ OMX becomes first approved European CCP under EMIR
Collateral mobility key to a successful post-trade Europe
CCP in Focus - Skin-in-the-Game - How much skin should a CCP put in, if a CCP puts in Skin?
EMIR trade reporting and EU LEIs one month in
CME's European expansion continues
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