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Axiom SL secures Swedish mandate
27 July 2015 | Stockholm
A large Swedish bank has chosen AxiomSL to centralise its head office regulatory calculations and reporting... readmore

MX.3 for Limit Control gets an upgrade
27 July 2015 | Paris
Murex has introduced a new version of its MX.3 for Limit Control – its exposure and limit management framework spanning whole trading and banking systems within firms... readmore

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Security alarm
Feature: As the Czech CSD approaches its fifth birthday, there are still concerns around the safety of securities. CSOB’s Marek Začal explores why readmore

Saudi Arabia
Country profile: As the Saudi Arabian stock exchange finally opens its doors to foreign investments, the influx from abroad will be in baby steps, not leaps and bounds readmore

Mario Mantrisi :: KNEIP
Interview: Bringing complex packaged documents in to layman’s terms, PRIIPs—and the KID that comes with it—could be a perfect accompaniment to the platter of regulation. Mario Mantrisi of KNEIP explains more readmore

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Axiom SL secures Swedish mandate
27 July 2015 | Stockholm
A large Swedish bank has chosen AxiomSL to centralise its head office regulatory calculations and reporting... readmore

MX.3 for Limit Control gets an upgrade
27 July 2015 | Paris
Murex has introduced a new version of its MX.3 for Limit Control – its exposure and limit management framework spanning whole trading and banking systems within firms... readmore

Euroclear extends UK settlement day
27 July 2015 | London
Euroclear UK & Ireland has extended its settlement day for direct participant banks to 6pm... readmore

Singapore approves Deutsche Börse clearing house
24 July 2015 | Singapore
Deutsche Börse has been granted regulatory approval from the Monetary Authority of Singapore to operate Eurex Clearing Asia... readmore

NSD introduces ISO 20022 for e-proxy voting
23 July 2015 | Moscow
Russian issuers have moved to ISO standards for messaging and e-proxy voting at their shareholder meetings... readmore

Grows strong, Maitland does
23 July 2015 | Johannesburg
Fund administration firm Maitland has concluded an agreement with STANLIB, one of Africa’s largest fund managers, to ‘lift out’ its traditional institutional fund administration operations... readmore

Marty Rose heads up Holley Holland US business
23 July 2015 | North Carolina
Consultancy Holley Holland has appointed Marty Rose to head up its US business, based in Charlotte, North Carolina... readmore

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Security alarm
03 June 2015
As the Czech CSD approaches its fifth birthday, there are still concerns around the safety of securities. CSOB’s Marek Začal explores why readmore

Europe’s quest for transparency
03 June 2015
Guidelines from ESMA will have a profound impact on brokers and their clients. Those looking to make a smooth transition will need to make some important choices, but they also have an opportunity to position themselves for the future. Experts from GBST take a look readmore

The end of grace: more pain on the way
03 June 2015
As grace periods come to an end and legacy systems are found wanting under the weight of regulatory scrutiny, the pressure will grow to come up with sound, persistent solutions that greatly diminish the threat of crippling fines and levies. Simon Shepherd of MYRIAD reports readmore

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Saudi Arabia
01 July 2015
As the Saudi Arabian stock exchange finally opens its doors to foreign investments, the influx from abroad will be in baby steps, not leaps and bounds readmore

Russia
17 June 2015
Russia’s corporate actions reform if firmly underway, but there’s a lot of work left to do, and the political landscape could mean it’s going to be a rocky ride readmore

Brazil
22 April 2015
While the rest of the world focuses on its beaches, fiestas and sports extravaganzas, Brazil’s funds industry is feeling a little starved of attention readmore

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Mario Mantrisi
KNEIP
15 July 2015
Bringing complex packaged documents in to layman’s terms, PRIIPs—and the KID that comes with it—could be a perfect accompaniment to the platter of regulation. Mario Mantrisi of KNEIP explains more readmore

Henry Raschen
HSBC Securities Services
15 July 2015
This new landscape of regulatory risk is a dangerous terrain, says Henry Raschen of HSBC Securities Services. How should it be navigated readmore

Guy Warren
ITRS
01 July 2015
Fixing payment systems is tough, but the work needs to be done in the UK, says Guy Warren of ITRS, if banks are going to process transactions more quickly readmore

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