JP Morgan Securities Services and BlackRock are the first two organisations to use the new electronic messaging solution provided by IHS Markit’s ClearPar.
The new programme represents the first time foreign investors can access China A-Shares, via depository receipts, outside of the Greater China region.
Earlier this month, the ECB granted SWIFT the first network licence enabling it to provide connectivity services to the ESMIG.
The connectivity is the latest effort by RBI as it looks to establish itself as a gateway to Eastern European market infrastructures.
Operational cost-cutting takes a back-seat for the buy-side in favour of expanding investment capabilities
New buy-side survey shows operational strategy priorities for the next two years, along with attitudes towards new technologies.
Deploying ‘futuristic technology’ to clearing and settlement will achieve a ‘medieval result’, new report claims
Report says DLT cannot replace clearing and settlement entirely, without imposing the very costs it was designed to reduce.
Messaging system Symphony has raised more than $460 million in capital to date since it was established in 2014.
Technology, regulation, diversity, Brexit, T2S, the role of the network manager and much more discussed at the annual event, this year held in Athens.
This rules will require firms that are taking on settlement themselves, and not through a CSD or sub-custodian, to report data on a quarterly basis.
The mandate represents the successful integration of front-office technology firm Eze Software with SS&C GlobeOp.