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ISLA: consistant regulation key to avoiding disruption
28 April 2016 | London
Consistency in regulators’ definitions and an understanding of assets pools is essential to practical market rules for collateral reuse, according to the ISLA... Read more

Blockchain tech in proxy voting prototype
28 April 2016 | Moscow
The National Settlement Depository (NSD), the Russian central securities depository (CSD), has completed testing on its blockchain e-proxy voting technology... Read more

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Strength in numbers
Feature: The SFTR’s technical details still need to be thrashed out, but early reports suggest that the securities lending industry has its work cut out Read more

Asia
Country profile: A difficult end to 2015 has not deterred securities borrowers and lenders in Asia, where certain markets enjoyed significant growth and offered new opportunities Read more

Richard Déroulède :: Societe Generale
Interview: Societe Generale’s Richard Déroulède discusses the collateral shortage, arguing there is no need to get carried away with the idea of a lack of liquidity Read more

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Making your Markit
Markit managing directors of securities finance Edward Marhefka and Pierre Khemdoudi discuss the journey to becoming a cross-asset player in financing Read more
ISLA: consistant regulation key to avoiding disruption
28 April 2016 | London
Consistency in regulators’ definitions and an understanding of assets pools is essential to practical market rules for collateral reuse, according to the ISLA... Read more

Blockchain tech in proxy voting prototype
28 April 2016 | Moscow
The National Settlement Depository (NSD), the Russian central securities depository (CSD), has completed testing on its blockchain e-proxy voting technology... Read more

Deutsche Börse offers helping hand to start-ups
28 April 2016 | Frankfurt
Deutsche Börse has opened a fintech hub for German start-ups in Frankfurt in support of the Hessian State Government's fintech initiative... Read more

Tradition to launch new collateral platform
28 April 2016 | London
Swiss broker-dealer Tradition is launching a new peer-to-peer collateral trading platform... Read more

Wilmington Trust hires Linden
27 April 2016 | New York
Wilmington Trust has hired Scott Linden as product leader for its collateral management business within its global capital markets division... Read more

Nomura rolls back EMEA equity financing business
27 April 2016 | London
Nomura Holdings has confirmed that it will be stripping back its equity financing operations throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa... Read more

New Day for Societe Generale
26 April 2016 | London
Societe Generale has appointed Charlie Day to run the bank’s prime services division... Read more

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Strength in numbers
The SFTR’s technical details still need to be thrashed out, but early reports suggest that the securities lending industry has its work cut out Read more

First mover disadvantage
The EU moved first with its reporting requirements for SFTs, but beating other FSB members to the punch might have been a mistake. Paul Landless of Clifford Chance and Greg Lyons of Debevoise & Plimpton report Read more

Build or buy?
The in-house versus vendor debate polarises opinion. Consolo senior partner Richard Colvill speaks to four experts to see where the answer might lie Read more

Fully pledged
BNY Mellon is expanding to support demand for fixed income trading in the Asia Pacific, say Howard Field and Paul Solway of BNY Mellon Read more

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Asia
A difficult end to 2015 has not deterred securities borrowers and lenders in Asia, where certain markets enjoyed significant growth and offered new opportunities Read more

France
France’s institutional investors establishing discretionary securities lending programmes are benefitting from increased levels of control and flexibility Read more

Brazil
Brazil is Latin America’s biggest market, but some agent lenders are still seeing its central counterparty model as a barrier to further growth Read more

Greece
As Greek and EU ministers continue to debate the country’s third bailout, financial market participants are reacting to the uncertainty, including short sellers Read more

Europe
Experts discuss the European markets and what to expect from regulators Read more

Canada
Lacking liquidity? Canada is here to help. Securities lending experts discuss how Read more

UK
The UK’s securities lending landscape seems to be holding steady, but with the country’s EU membership under scrutiny, is there danger ahead? Read more

France
France is by no means a mere observer in the EU’s securities marketplace, but for now, it may be that slow and steady wins the race Read more

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Richard Déroulède
Societe Generale
Societe Generale’s Richard Déroulède discusses the collateral shortage, arguing there is no need to get carried away with the idea of a lack of liquidity Read more

John Fennell
OCC
OCC remains innovative in the face of external pressures, says John Fennell Read more

Kirtes Bharti
Scotiabank
Agent lenders are continually enhancing their collateral profiles in Singapore as non-cash becomes more acceptable, says Kirtes Bharti of Scotiabank Read more

Paul Wilson
J.P. Morgan
Japanese securities lending clients require operational excellence, according to Paul Wilson of J.P. Morgan. Mark Dugdale reports Read more

Francois Maury
Natixis
The future of securities borrowing and lending in Asia relies heavily on China, says Francois Maury of Natixis. Mark Dugdale reports Read more

Dane Fannin
Northern Trust
Flexibility, technology and risk management are all necessities for conducting business in the Asian securities lending marketplace, says Dane Fannin of Northern Trust. Mark Dugdale reports Read more

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