Final implementation phase for the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation, this time hitting non-financial counterparties.
Experts warn that the future of post-trade services remains uncertain following the post-Brexit transition, with the equivalence debate still looming.
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Global Custodian has compiled a series of predictions for 2021 from some of the leading voices in the securities services industry, part three focuses on regulation.
Regulators seek to minimise the potentially wide-spread impact of Brexit on Europe’s capital markets.
The Bill provides greater flexibility for firms to set up private markets funds in Ireland, giving the country a huge boost as it competes with other fund domiciles.
The majority of industry bodies and market participants will most likely focus their feedback on the settlement penalties and the buy-in components of CSDR.
The new chair of ESMA will take up the role in April 2021 once Steven Maijoor steps down.
Greater regulatory scrutiny comes as the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a greater risk in the event a fund administrator cannot strike a NAV.
Panellists at the Network Forum Autumn Meeting echoed fears that plans comply with the rules have been put on hold since the announcement of its delay.