GSS Newsletter May 2017 - Issue 193

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

At all ends of the European continent arguments pro and contra EU membership have captured private living rooms as well as the political scenery. While some pressure groups have started turning their backs on the EU, there are countries that are fully determined to enter into the common economic area. Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of them, as our colleague Enis Zejnić reports from Sarajevo.

Much to our joy, the countries of former Yugoslavia have been doing pretty well lately. This GSS Newsletter holds very optimistic statistics from Croatia and Slovenia.

Sven Trahan
Head of Global Sales & Relationship Management
UniCredit Global Securities Services

Highlights

Stock exchange executives met in Budapest
The Budapest Stock Exchange hosted the industry’s flagship event, the World Exchange Congress 2017. By Dario Mariotto, Relationship Manager, GSS Hungary
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Consultation process
Poland is about to implement MiFID2 and MiFIR. By Mariusz Piękoś; Director Foreign Clients Office; GSS Poland
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Fee schedule reform
The BVB will adopt a combination of fixed and variable fees. By Irina Savastre, Head of GSS & Andreea Albu, Relationship Manager, GSS Romania
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New rules for government bonds
Amendments to the regulations on government securities have been adopted. By Kristina Spasova, Relationship Manager, GSS Bulgaria
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GSS Navigator: The European path of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Enis Zejnić, Relationship Manager, GSS Bosnia and Herzegovina, reviews the determined political agenda that aims at EU accession
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Market news

› Croatia
Croatia's public debt falls for the first time in eight years, which is positively acknowledged by rating agencies

 

› Russia
Two major acts will reframe and renovate the legislation regulating custody activities on the Russian market

 

› Slovakia
Turnover on the Bratislava Stock Exchange went up 26% during the first three months of 2017

 

› Slovenia
The Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development published one of the most optimistic Spring Forecasts in the last ten years

 

Market statistics

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