GSS Newsletter July 2017 - Issue 195

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

Back from Warsaw, where we witnessed the successful relaunch of June’s traditional summit of the post-trade industry, I would like to congratulate initiators Andrew Barman and Edward Jones on their courage and determination to make their vision come true.

Having been proud partners of the Network Forum 2017, we at UniCredit GSS were glad that so many of you followed the invitation to Warsaw. The conference provided the right atmosphere to catch up and to discuss urgent matters. We particularly enjoyed your presence at our evening reception.

And now, back to normal? Most of the discussions at the Network Forum revolved around the upcoming massive changes that will affect our industry. Those who are able to anticipate these changes have not much time to rest, I am afraid…

Susanna Scheffold

Global Head of Securities Services


Networking continues in Warsaw
The Network Forum Annual Meeting brought together industry and thought leaders in the custody world. By Sven Trahan, Head of Relationship Management, GSS
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Planning ahead
The Russian CSD intends to launch securities lending services. By Ksenia Liskina, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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Single window
New ways of corporate actions information distribution in Russia. By Ksenia Liskina, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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GSS Navigator: A summer of festivals
Dragana Stijela, Relationship Manager, GSS Serbia, delivers an overview over the cultural summer activities in Serbia
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Market news

› Croatia
The European Commission gives five reform recommendations and advises Croatia to exit from the Excessive Deficit Procedure


› Hungary
The Budapest Stock Exchange is getting ready for MIFID II by implementing the most recent XETRA release                                                                                                


› Russia
The Central Bank of Russia is amending the Regulation on license requirements for professional securities market participants


› Austria
Foreign securities have become tradeable in Austria via the Vienna Stock Exchange’s new Global Market


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