GSS Newsletter September 2017 - Issue 197

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

Now that everyone has returned from summer breaks, hopefully relaxed, it is time to deliver budgets and business plans for 2018. With fees in decline and regulatory cost on the rise, those with a stringent network across all of its countries, like UniCredit GSS, are in an advantageous position when it comes to securing services at a top level.

But before jumping straight into the numbers, please find a sweet memory of summer in our GSS Navigator section, in which our colleagues from Hungary take us to the beaches of Lake Balaton on Hungary’s big August holiday. Refreshed, the forecasts for the new year will be just sparkling!

Susanna Scheffold

Global Head of Securities Services


Protecting core industries
Control over Russian companies of strategic importance was intensified. By Margarita Podledneva, Product Development and Account Manager, GSS Russia
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Fit for MIFID II
Slovenia’s Finance Ministry drafted a new Market in Financial Instruments Act.  By Vanda Močnik Kohek, Senior Relationship Manager, GSS Slovenia           
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SEE Link is expanding
Banja Luka Stock Exchange became an active member of the SEE Link Network. By Enis Zejnić, Relationship Manager, GSS Bosnia and Herzegovina
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GSS Navigator: Birthday of the Hungarian State
How Hungary says good-bye to summer on its biggest national holiday, celebrated in August. By Andrea Nagyiványi-Kárpáti, Head of Secretariat, GSS Hungary
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Market news

› Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Sarajevo Stock Exchange has introduced the SASX-Fundamentals, a fundamentally weighted index


› Czech Republic
The Czech National Bank abandons its technical zero policy after five years


› Serbia
The government creates a regulatory framework for the issuance of retail bonds


› Slovakia
The top ten Bratislava Stock Exchange members in the first half of 2017


Market statistics

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