GSS Newsletter June 2017 - Issue 194

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

The annual GSS London Roadshow, held at our premises in Moorgate, once again attracted a lot of interest. We were honoured to welcome an impressive number of key industry players, keen on learning more of the influence of the geopolitical situation on their business in Central and Eastern Europe. This GSS Newsletter contains a summary of the event.

And the next highlight is already around the corner - we are all looking forward to the upcoming Network Forum in Warsaw. The interest to this first edition of the event is unsurprisingly high and the speaker line-up promises interesting discussions on and off the panels.

We hope to see you all in Warsaw!

Susanna Scheffold
Global Head of Securities Services

Highlights

UniCredit London Roadshow 2017
UniCredit held its Central and Eastern European (CEE) Roadshow at its London office on May 4, 2017
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Multi-level banking system
Banking licenses in Russia will be divided into “universal” and “basic”. By Daria Fadeeva, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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FinTech works
A working group shall define legal barriers preventing FinTech development in Poland.  By Mariusz Piękoś, Director Foreign Clients Office, GSS Poland
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New trading infrastructure for the Austrian market
Equity and ETF trading on the Vienna Stock Exchange will be migrated to the XETRA T7 platform. By Tina Fischer, Relationship Management, GSS Austria
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GSS NAVIGATOR: A holiday that connects generations
Mariam Sarkisyan, GSS Russia, took part in a large event to honour the veterans of WWII. By Daria Fadeeva, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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Market news

› Czech Republic
The Czech CSD has disclosed the implications of its CSDR and CCP.A projects

 

› Bulgaria
Changes in the Rules of the BSE-Sofia will allow for the trading of international securities on the local market

 

› Slovakia
The Central Securities Depository Bratislava presents its 2016 statistics

 

› Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Sarajevo Stock Exchange conducted a revision of the Primary Free Market sub segment 1 (ST1) and the SASX-30

 

› Hungary
The LSE hosted seven Hungarian companies as part of ELITE, a training programme that helps fast-growing private companies to structure for further growth                                           

 

Market statistics

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