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ECSDA views on the Future of European Post-Trade

ECSDA views on the Future of European Post-Trade

Recently, the European Commission has launched a consultation on the Future of European Post-Trade, based on the conclusions of the European Post Trade Forum (EPTF). European CSDs thank the European Commission for the constructive and effective discussions at the EPTF, in which they have been deeply involved. In addition to the insight provided in the report resulting from the forum, Central Securities Depositories (CSDs) note several trends in their immediate ecosystem which are important to post-trade more widely.

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Better regulation in post trade

Better regulation in post trade

29 Jan 2016 – Responding to a call for evidence on the EU regulatory framework for financial services, ECSDA has identified several areas where the quality of law-making can be improved in relation to post trade services and the activities of central securities depositories in particular.

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Account segregation at CSDs

Account segregation at CSDs

13 Oct 2015 – Based on data collected from 41 CSDs across Europe, ECSDA’s new report describes existing account segregation practices with a view to inform the current debate on the optimal level of segregation, focusing on the perspective of central securities depositories.

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CSDR enters into force on 17 September

CSDR enters into force on 17 September

28 Aug 2014 – Following its publication in the Official Journal on Thursday 28 August 2014, the CSD Regulation (“CSDR”) will officially enter into force on 17 September 2014.

Many provisions, however, still require the adoption of implementing and delegated acts, most of which are currently under preparation by the European Securities Market Authority.

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