GSS Newsletter December 2015 - Issue 176

DECEMBER 2015 - ISSUE 176

 

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

Reviewing the topics we have highlighted in our GSS Newsletter throughout the outgoing year, it becomes evident that most of the capital markets in Central and Eastern Europe covered by UniCredit have made huge efforts to adapt themselves to international regulatory standards. The times of the “Wild East” are gone (at least as far as the financial markets are concerned).

Much of this is induced by tight regulatory schemes adopted by the US and the EU, radiating into areas with otherwise no intention to submit themselves to prescriptions from outside. This may be listed among the positive implications of globalisation.

Susanna Scheffold
Global Head of Securities Services

 
 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

New appointment in GSS
Stevo Delić has temporarily taken over the pos...
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T2S in everyday life
Customers of GSS Hungary were made familiar wi...
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Regional approach
BSE-Sofia is analysing costs and benefits of B...
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FTT, resuscitated
Will the new Polish government introduce banki...
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New tax on capital gains
All Croatian investments of private individual...
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NEWS

Bosnia and Herzegovina
A number of new laws and amendments will have an impact on the players in the securities market of Bosnia ...
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Russia
Moscow-based National Settlement Depository and Serbia’s Central Securities Depository and Clearing House ...
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Hungary
As a result of an almost two year on-boarding procedure, CLS settlement in HUF started on 16 November. It ...
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Russia
The Central Bank of Russia has approved a list of ten systemically important banks. AO UniCredit Bank is a...
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CEE
The Central Securities Depository of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KACD) and the Republican Central Deposito...
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NEWS

Bosnia and Herzegovina
A number of new laws and amendments will have an impact on the players in the securities market of Bosnia ...
Read more

Russia
Moscow-based National Settlement Depository and Serbia’s Central Securities Depository and Clearing House ...
Read more

Hungary
As a result of an almost two year on-boarding procedure, CLS settlement in HUF started on 16 November. It ...
Read more

Russia
The Central Bank of Russia has approved a list of ten systemically important banks. AO UniCredit Bank is a...
Read more

CEE
The Central Securities Depository of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KACD) and the Republican Central Deposito...
Read more

MARKET STATISTICS

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