GSS Newsletter February 2017 - Issue 190

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

The post-holiday season brings with it a time of resolution, both on a personal and business level. While personal resolutions tend to weaken or stray, we’re all aware that business resolutions need a strong drive to stay on track and that they need to be delivered.

GSS is ready to jump into a new era of activity, keeping to accustomed standards of service and delivery our clients have come to expect, and addressing and acting on innovative solutions, driving change and executing on the resolutions put forward.

Please enjoy this month’s GSS Newsletter.

Susanna Scheffold
Global Head of Securities Services

Highlights

What future?
This is a crucial time for the Warsaw Stock Exchange and its future. By Adam Paradowski, Relationship Manager, GSS Poland
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Stimulating effect
The Romanian Financial Supervisory Authority has published ambitious strategic objectives for 2017. By Irina Savastre, Head of GSS Romania
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Less vulnerable
A new report on the balance of payments shows positive developments in the Hungarian economy. By Gabriella Kopházi-Tóth, Senior Relationship Manager, GSS
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GSS Navigator: Slovenia
Ten years ago, we woke up with euros on our bank accounts. By Vanda Močnik Kohek, Senior Relationship Manager, GSS Slovenia
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Market news

› Russia
The tax rate on income from certain domestic bond issues has been reduced to 15 per cent

 

› Serbia
The NBS adopts regulations to introduce Basel III standards in Serbia’s banking sector

 

› Croatia
The Zagreb Stock Exchange completed the first stage of accreditation for providing LEI services

 

› Bulgaria
The parliament has approved amendments in local legislation to change the holiday schedule for Bulgaria

 

› Russia
The Moscow Exchange takes a closer look on free-float and market value

 

Market statistics

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