clearing settlement

Jun 15, 2022

Network_abstractThe clearing and settlement system is struggling to leverage off of distributed ledger technology – but DLT is still where its future lies, finds Nicholas Pratt.

May 16, 2022

Under_pressureThe Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), the Investment Company Institute (ICI), and The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) last year published a report targeting the first half of 2024 to shorten the US securities settlement cycle from trade date plus 2 days (T+2) to trade date plus one day (T+1).

May 11, 2022

Euroclear, MFEX and Greenomy are addressing sustainable finance challenges with innovative, scalable solutions.

Feb 24, 2022

Anthony_Harper-and-Nick_ForrestSustainable finance presents challenges for both the demand and supply side of the market but financial market infrastructure providers like Euroclear can help pave the way for industry participants to collaborate and break through structural rigidities.

Feb 02, 2022

SwimmersThe EU might want more clearing business to migrate from the UK, but markets will decide in the end, finds David Whitehouse.

Dec 15, 2021

Stop_signThe industry may have been “delighted” by the recent postponement of new settlement rules, but it still has to get to grips with the prospect of fines for failed trades. David Whitehouse reports.

Nov 30, 2021

Don’t underestimate the cost of a failed trade under the Central Securities Depositories Regulation’s (CSDR) Settlement Discipline Regime (SDR).

Nov 29, 2021

Rejected_stampSettlement failure costs are too big for the securities industry to ignore, finds Stephanie Baxter, who attended a three-day virtual Sibos event in October.

Nov 22, 2021

Trade_Date_Agreement_imageThe Central Securities Depositories Regulation’s (CSDR) Settlement Discipline Regime (SDR) goes into effect in early 2022 requiring optimized trade confirmation and allocation processes as a crucial step to help prevent trade fails.

Nov 09, 2021

CSDR delay, CSDR buy-in provisionsThe implementation of compulsory buy-in provisions in the European Union as a remedy for failed trades, set for February 1, is likely to be delayed, Haroun Boucheta, head of public affairs at BNP Paribas Securities Services, tells Funds Europe.