As the CSDR will be fully implemented in the Czech Republic from 1 February 2022, UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s. (UCBCZ) is requesting the express indication from its clients whether they will be allowing the partial settlement during the processing of their settlement transfers at the local CSD (CDCP a.s.).
Focus on relationship management
With a custody market share of approximately 35% the Bank is the absolute market leader in the Czech Republic in the field of securities services. The main focus of this type of client service is on client relationship management. UniCredit Bank Czech Republic started to provide custody services in 1993 when the Prague Stock Exchange began its operations.
The Bank is part of the most powerful CEE banking network, providing value-added and tailor-made performance reporting to help clients analyse its performance as well as minimising client documentation requirements. A flexible account structure follows to customers’ needs and requirements.
Head of Global Securities Services Czech Republic & Slovakia
+420 955 960 781
+420 955 960 541
+420 955 960 055
+420 955 960 778
UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s.
Global Securities Services
Filadelfie, BB Centrum
140 92 Prague 4 - Michle
CDCP, the CSD in Czech Republic, published the changes of the limits used for partial settlement. The limits will be valid from 31 January 2022. The European Central Bank (ECB) exchange rates as of 31 December 2021 are used for the conversion and the values will be valid until the new values will be published in January 2023.