Editors pick's

Financial services firms that take heed of technology will be the ones that come out on top, says Tom Pfister of Confluence
Broadridge’s Demi Derem talks proxy processing for custodians, the updated SRD and the opportunity for shared service operational models
Firm but fair
04 Oct 2017
As the advent of MiFID II looms, the UK’s FCA has taken a stance of pragmatism, but there are still some failings the regulator will not abide
Firm but fair
04 Oct 2017
Do you have a news story?
Get in touch with our editorial team
Show more
More Editor's pick
The GDPR to-do list
14th Jun 2017
Time for T2S
31st May 2017
Strike swiftly
03rd May 2017
Power to the people
05th April 2017
Sell Side Story
22nd March 2017
Forecast for storms
22nd February 2017
Tick follows tock
8th February 2017
Two worlds collide
21 December 2016
This time for Africa
07 December 2016
Darkest before the dawn
23 November 2016
Smarter than thou
26 October 2016
Changing tack
12 October 2016
Winds of change
17 August 2016
Do you have a news story?
Get in touch with our editorial team
Latest news
The latest news from Asset Servicing Times
Join Our Newsletter

Sign up today and never
miss the latest news or an issue again

Subscribe now
Merrill Lynch first to fall foul of UK’s EMIR reporting rules
23 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
The bank accepted a £34.52 million penalty relating to 68.5 million unreported transactions between February 2014 and February 2016
Wolters Kluwer chosen for risk and reg by Polish bank
23 October 2017 | Warsaw | Reporter: Theo Andrew
Bank BPS will use the OneSumX solutions for static and dynamic projection analysis, liquidity reporting, interest-rate and foreign-exchange risk, as well as value-at-risk analysis
Iberclear bank on Citi to provide global custody
20 October 2017 | Madrid | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
The agreement, signed at this years Sibos conference in Toronto, will enable Spanish clearing houses to settle international securities via local CSDs
Clearstream promises post-Brexit services continuity
20 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
Despite the uncertainty that came after the referendum results last year, Clearstream said its main objective through Brexit was to minimise risk of cross-border settlement
AI will be transformative, but is still in early stages
19 October 2017 | Toronto | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Artificial intelligence is a “transformational technology” that will improve productivity and security, and provide a competitive advantage, according to a live poll at Sibos 2017
Security and standards key in blockchain solutions
19 October 2017 | Toronto | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) solutions should embed security measures at their very core, especially in the financial services space, according to Sibos panellists
LCH promotes Daniel Maguire to CEO
19 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
Maguire, who has been COO of the same department since April this year, was previously senior vice president for commodity exotics and hybrids at J.P. Morgan
Country profiles
The latest country profiles from Asset Servicing Times
The Asian market may be improving on the harmonisation front, but the situation is still far from ideal. Experts discuss what there is still left to do
Brazil is hogging the limelight from its South American neighbours. But, although reforms are in full swing, there is still work to be done
Securities Lending Times

Visit our sister site
for all the latest securities lending news and analysis

securitieslendingtimes.com
No nation is an island, and the Polish CSD has post-trade services to cater to all of Central and Eastern Europe, says KDPW’s Iwona Sroka
In a region as geographically, culturally and economically diverse as Asia, funds passports have a tricky road ahead if they’re to redefine the industry
Amid cross-border restrictions and tightened belts, Luxembourg’s kingdom of real estate investment won’t be crumbling any time soon
The Chinese market has taken a knock to its confidence, but despite its size, it is still merely an emerging market, and must take these setbacks in its stride
Rich in sunshine, cork hats and tired clichés, Australia’s funds industry doesn’t buck the trend, boasting record levels of assets under custody
As the Saudi Arabian stock exchange finally opens its doors to foreign investments, the influx from abroad will be in baby steps, not leaps and bounds
Interviews
The latest interviews from Asset Servicing Times