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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 CMI in Focus looks at the way money settlements can be undertaken by Financial market Infrastructures (FMIs) and the inherent risks when central bank money is not used.
08 May, 2014
Further to our previous market newsflash, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil (CVM) issued Circular Letter CVM/SMI/No.002/2014 setting the procedure for participants of centralised depositories to obtain their registration...
22 May, 2014
In a response to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) public consultation on technical standards on the CSD Regulation (CSDR), the European Central Securities Depositories Association (ECSDA) has put forward...
16 May, 2014
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) has announced that the phase II (the full launch) of the new BOJ-NET will be implemented on 13 October 2015. The alternative date is set for 24 November 2015 in case the initial target date cannot be...
29 May, 2014
The National Settlement Depository's (NSD) has received an independent third-party view in respect of the NSD's level of observance of the CPSS-IOSCO Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (PFMIs). The review has been provided...
12 May, 2014
According to media reports, the Chief Executive Officer of the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul), Mr Adel Al-Ghamdi, has stated that the stock exchange is looking to demutualise itself with an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Tadawul...
Total Number of Thomas Murray Flashes Issued: May 2014
Securities Market Profiles Flashes: 225 (3071 year on year)
Central Securities Depository Flashes: 93 (1100 year on year)
Capital Market Infrastructure Flashes: 77 (1100 year on year)
Depository Risk Flashes
Hungary - KELER Issues Update on System Replacement Project
Korea - Corporate and Financial Bonds as Eligible Collateral for SBL
Peru - CAVALI to Request Participants to Comply with FATCA Regulation
Ukraine - NDU Amends its Reconciliation Procedures
UAE - Temporary Waiver of Late Confirmation Penalties
Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Rating Flashes
Armenia - CDA to Maintain Records of Mandatory Funded Pension System Participants
Kenya - Demutualisation of NSE - Update
New Zealand - Strategic Review of RBNZ Payment and Settlement Systems
Nicaragua - BVDN Launches Repo Market on Equities
Slovakia - CDCP to Assign LEI codes
Depositary Bank Liability for Transfer Agents under AIFMD
Thursday 12 June, 2014
Thomas Murray Data Services is delighted to announce the second webinar in its series of AIFMD and UCITS V themed webinars.
Why firms need to be concerned with AIFMD right now
Shadow banking - who, what and where and why?
National Settlement Depository Concludes Independent Validation on its CPSS-IOSCO PFMIs Level of Observance Performed by Thomas Murray
CCP in Focus - Compression and its effect on bank capital requirements and leverage ratios
Luxembourg looks to the future as alternative investments hub
What happened to all the CCPs and transparency?
Regulatory changes taking place in the CSD space
LEI numbers creep up
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