Ex-Morgan Stanley bankers’ offering aims to reduce daily collateral flows that currently top $200bn
Euroclear shuts at 12:15pm New York time, causing some US banks to miss T+1 cutoff
Banks unable to face up to 50% of counterparties due to custodian bottlenecks
Trade and model mismatches will be key tests for vital margin call service
CSDs counter they fulfil functions blockchain cannot, and regulatory changes are needed to disintermediate them
Secretive group disbanded after dealers realised tech firms had similar plans
Icma ERC continues to push for plans to improve Bridge settlement times
De Vidts’ impartiality questioned due to dual Clearstream role
But concedes Securities Law Directive must come first
Other issuers reportedly to follow iShares in launching products later this year
Major CCPs part of profit-maximising, exchange-owned entities
The shortlist has been announced for the Custody Risk European Awards 2013
Euroclear questions whether a new liquidity forum that brings together five central securities depositories will be anything other than a talking shop
Scope for more efficient collateral movement
Welcome to the autumn 2012 edition of Custody Risk.
French central bank agrees collateral management deal with Euroclear France; entire French banking community will use new system next year
Eyeing Sweden's IFAs
The move to accept securities issued in both countries is the first serious effort to develop common settlement since Asean +3 governments called for such a move in 2003
Financial regulation around the world looks set for the biggest overhaul in recent history. But those implementing change face a number of obstacles, some of which might prove insurmountable. Duncan Wood looks at the challenges ahead and speculates...
International central securities depository Euroclear Bank plans to offer same-day cross-border securities settlement in four Asian markets - Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore - in August, stealing a march on rival Clearstream, which has similar...
Plenty of pressure will be put on financial institutions to strengthen risk management processes in the wake of the financial crisis. However, firms might be better served focusing on getting the basics right, rather than necessarily doing more, argues...