February 08, 2019
PEOPLE MOVES | Joe Parsons
State Street lets go four senior executives across waning securities finance business

The securities finance division was one of the worst performing business units for State Street in 2018.

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PEOPLE MOVES | Joe Parsons
BNY Mellon’s Alternatives Investment Services chief departs

The AIS division has fast emerged as a key strategy area for the bank’s fund administration business as it looks to target alternative investment managers.

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REGULATION | Charles Gubert
How will 'no-deal' Brexit MOUs’ impact the post-trade?

Global Custodian looks at the recent MOUs’ between the UK and EU financial regulators and their implication for securities markets.

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REGULATION | Joe Parsons
FCA demands fund performance transparency from asset managers

With increased requirements on fund transparency, it could provide further opportunities for custodians to offer analytics services to asset managers.

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REGULATION | Joe Parsons
China to consolidate foreign investor access schemes

The move forms part of its overall strategy to simplify access to China for institutional investors that have, so far, found it too complicated to invest.

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MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE | Joe Parsons
Euroclear UK to continue Irish securities settlement in ‘no-deal’ Brexit

The agreement between ESMA and the Bank of England eases concerns of significant disruption to the Irish securities market.

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In this issue, we take a look at how custodian banks are developing new self-servicing features around data. We also weigh into the debate over whether Europe's T2S project was a success or a failure, and also provide the results of our Agent Banks in Frontier Markets survey. Read More
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