GSS Newsletter November 2017 - Issue 199

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends,

Two months from today we will have raised our glasses to 2018 and millions of people across the world will be watching the New Year’s Concert performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. To give you a foretaste of Austrian tradition, we have put together an interesting feature about Vienna’s coffee culture.

It is one of the many examples of Vienna’s diverse lifestyle that has incorporated so much influence from Central and Eastern Europe and beyond. This vibrant neighbourhood has come along with excellent business relations, from which the clients of UniCredit GSS strongly benefit. We are proud to be your partners in covering this colourful region.

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


Merger of BVB and SIBEX coming to completion
Issuers from ATS SIBEX were transferred to the Bucharest Stock Exchange AeRO market. By Irina Savastre, Head of Global Securities Services, GSS Romania
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NSD to become an official distribution source
The CSD will become an official source of non-public companies' information. Written by Aleksandra Barysheva, Head of Corporate Actions GSS Russia
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Right to request
The reasons for request of a company’s documents and information have been specified. By Daria Fadeeva, Relationship Manager, GSS Russia
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GSS Navigator – A cup of coffee in Vienna
Viennese people love their coffee and everything that goes along with it. By Lorenzo Aldrett Rañal, Intern, GSS Central Team Vienna
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Market news

› Austria
The Vienna Stock Exchange enhanced its trading offer in exchange traded funds (ETF) with 51 new papers


› Czech Republic
The Prague Stock Exchange presents START, a new market for small and medium-sized enterprises


› Bulgaria
The Bulgarian parliament approved two new deputy chairpersons of the Financial Supervision Commission


› Russia
The Russian NSD has completed an operational audit under ISAE 3402 Standard 2


Market statistics

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