Differences in national rules on corporate actions have been identified as a critical barrier to an integrated EU post-trade environment.
The ECB plans to create a T2S-style collateral management system to harmonise processes for EU central banks.
ABN Amro Clearing will settle Italian securities directly with Monte Titoli, the LSE-owned Italian CSD.
Deutsche Bank's global securities services head is seeing interest in taking their T2S services to Asian markets.
State Street will use Deutsche Bank's Settlement Hub to directly access and provide custody services in core T2S markets.
BBVA securities services head believes the industry has come too far in implementing T2S to replace it with blockchain technology.
Deutsche WertpapierService Bank will implement Clearstream’s T2S services as it is rolled out on a market-by-market basis.
Clearstream recently launched its OneClearstream initiative, connecting the German and international CSD with LuxCSD.
Nasdaq is among the last CSDs to go-live on T2S, and also the first to be reauthorised under CSDR.
Corporate actions, asset segregation, and post-trade reporting was highlighted as barriers to achieving efficient and harmonised post-trade infrastructures across Europe.