GSS Newsletter March 2016 - Issue 179

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

Our markets have been investing a lot of intellectual and financial resources into adapting themselves for the future challenges and requirements. As a leading services provider in this ever-changing environment, it is crucial to be ahead of schedule.

The management team of UniCredit’s GSS department is constantly enriched by experienced professionals. Moreover, we are well equipped to continuously evolve our system infrastructure. With this set-up, we enable our clients to deliver their own customers the best possible results.

In the name of UniCredit’s entire GSS Team,

Sven Trahan
Head of Global Sales & Relationship Management GSS

Highlights

New appointment
Patrick Dobesch has been appointed as a Global Relationship Manager in the GSS Central Team. By Sven Trahan, Head of Relationship Management, GSS
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SEE Link expands
The regional trading platform will be enlarged by the Belgrade and Ljubljana Stock Exchanges. By Kristina Spasova, Relationship Manager, GSS Bulgaria
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Talking T2S
A User Group meeting dealt with future market claim and transformation processes in Hungary. By Beáta Szőnyi, Relationship Manager, GSS Hungary
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Voluntary rehearsal
Russia’s Central Securities Depository, depositories and registrars ran a corporate actions test. By Ksenia Liskina, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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New regime
The Belgrade Stock Exchange has amended its basic exchange regulations. By Dragana Stijelja, Junior Corporate Actions and Tax Specialist, GSS Serbia
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Swiftly accepted
Important steps were made to further implement SWIFT ISO 20022 in Ukraine. By Katherine Yevtushenko, Relationship Manager, GSS Ukraine
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Market news

› Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted its application for membership in the European Union in Brussels in February

 

› Croatia
Croatian HANFA announced new deadlines related to the introduction of SKDD-CCP

 

› Russia
The Russian Central Bank considers to remove hurdles for foreign investors

 

› Russia
Moscow Exchange announced two new benchmark indices for small and mid-caps on MOEX and RTS

 

› Slovenia
The Slovene Sovereign Holding has exchanged half of the Supervisory Board of the biggest Slovene bank and provoked its CEO’s resignation

 

› CEE
The Baku Stock Exchange of Azerbaijan has launched a single trading, post-trading and regulatory system

 

Market statistics

› Austria        › Bosnia and Herzegovina        › Bulgaria        › Croatia        › Czech Republic        › Hungary        › Poland        › Romania        › Serbia        › Slovakia        › Slovenia        ›