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SGX chief regulatory officer resigns
30 October 2014 | Singapore
Chief regulatory officer of the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Richard Teng, has announced his resignation, and will take up a new role as CEO of the Abu Dhabi Global Market Regulator... readmore

Federal Reserve tightens risk management rules
30 October 2014 | Washington DC
The US Federal Reserve has issued a ruling that amends risk-management regulations for financial market utilities, particularly those deemed ‘systematically important’... readmore

Continued growth in Q3 for KAS Bank
30 October 2014 | Amsterdam
KAS Bank has announced a 7 percent growth in commission revenue from asset services, attributed partly to new custodial functions to help with Alternative Investment Fund Manager Directive regulations... readmore

Rule Financial recruits specialist Tony Sodhi
30 October 2014 | London
Tony Sodhi is the new addition of the business consulting group at Rule Financial. The new role requires Sodhi to work as a specialist to provide business advice to clients in post trade operations and derivatives... readmore

Bellin recruits new director of sales and consulting
30 October 2014 | Ettenheim, Germany
Michael Juen is set to join corporate treasury management system company Bellin from Schwabe, Ley & Greiner (SLG) on 1 December... readmore

AxiomSL launches SEC reporting system
29 October 2014 | New York
AxiomSL has launched a new system to simplify the Sea Rule 15c3-1 net capital reporting requirements for broker-dealers in the US... readmore

SIX CEO elected as WFE committee chairman
29 October 2014 | Seoul
Dr Urs Rüegsegger, group CEO of SIX has been unanimously elected as the new chairman of the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) working committee... readmore

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Stuck in the back office with you
01 October 2014
Panellists discuss how the custody business is changing in Central and Eastern Europe, and what the new world will look like readmore

Attention pays
01 October 2014
Malaysian fiduciaries and investors must grasp all opportunities to participate in relevant securities class actions, even though the country’s own domestic securities legislation is not yet fully established, says Jonathan Hu of Goal Group readmore

Setting the pace
17 September 2014
With South Africa setting the standard for other African countries, it is reasonable to expect this momentum will have a positive effect on introducing class actions legislature into their laws, says Pat Bingham-Peters of Goal Group readmore

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17 September 2014
Adding to the growth of the sukuk bond, Dubai’s new qualified investor fund aims to put the emirate on the domicile map for the Middle East and beyond readmore

17 September 2014
Despite reports of a slowdown, Germany’s custody market is alive and kicking, awaiting the next big bang from TARGET2-Securities readmore

20 August 2014
After years of demanding economic growth, Brazil is taking a breather readmore

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Joanne Gill
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
17 September 2014
There is much to be gained by integrating custody, issuing and paying agency, and escrow services within treasury. Joanne Gill of Bank of America Merrill Lynch looks at having these disciplines as part of an integrated service platform readmore

Pat Lardner
17 September 2014
A quarter of a century in the making, the hard work is still paying off for Dublin as a UCITS hub. Pat Lardner, CEO of the IFIA, explains why readmore

Paul Roberts
Milestone Group
03 September 2014
Securing the right balance of oversight is an important challenge for fund managers today, says Milestone Group’s Paul Roberts readmore

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