The membership gives the bank the opportunity to work closer with CSD and CCP members on a number of key industry topics.
LGIM will be able to use the CREST investment fund services for end-to-end automation of order placement, settlement and asset servicing.
Clearing houses are often seen as best practice for frontier and emerging markets to attract inbound capital, however some African markets are not convinced.
Attitudes towards the disruptive nature of DLT as a solution to everything post-trade have significantly changed since Sibos 2017.
SIX’s Collateral Cockpit will link fragmented front and back-office systems and provide control over collateral management functions.
The toolkit sets out a range of operational, trading and risk processes that need to be reviewed and enhanced ahead of the incoming settlement discipline regime.
DTCC plans to develop an open, integrated platform for delivering no-touch processing, from post-execution to settlement.
The two institutions will also explore opportunities to provide cross-border collateral management services for RMB-denominated securities.
ASX, Digital Asset and VMware are looking to extend the use of blockchain technology in financial services in Australia and New Zealand.
Euroclear has received CSDR authorisation for three other CSDs based in France, Belgium and the Netherlands.