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Unlocking the value of automation in asset management Unlocking the value of automation in asset management

How will AI, ML, cloud services and automation shape the future of asset management? flow reports on a webinar hosted by The Asset magazine that examined how custodians can help investors navigate social and ethical concerns, while continuing to deploy new digital solutions

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Managing evolving networks Managing evolving networks

Network managers gathered at The Network Forum in London against a backdrop of regulatory reform, trade settlement compression momentum, digitalisation of assets and processes – and joy to be reconvening at a physical event. flow’s Clarissa Dann reports

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T+1 settlement reaches America T+1 settlement reaches America

The US has announced a reduction of the securities settlement cycle from T+2 to T+1, following a relatively trouble-free transition from T+3 to T+2 five years ago. flow reports on the risks and benefits of this next step, market responses and what it could mean for atomic (immediate) settlement

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India trumpets T+1 settlement India trumpets T+1 settlement

India has started to transition its equity settlement cycle from T+2 to T+1, leapfrogging the US and Canada, which both have similar plans. flow reports on the impact of this change in India, how it will be felt acutely by foreign investors and what the scope is for further compression

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A brave new SDR world? A brave new SDR world?

With the Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR) Settlement Discipline Regime (SDR) having come into force on 1 February 2022, mandatory buy-ins for market participants that fail to settle a trade within a set period was postponed. flow provides a summary of the impact

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Dawn of a Saudi securities services solution? Dawn of a Saudi securities services solution?

What will post-trade settlement in Gulf Cooperation Council countries look like in the future? And how can the OTC settlement process be improved? Deutsche Bank’s Manoj Aidasani proposes a blockchain-based solution, using non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and smart contracts to settle money market instruments

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APAC’s changing custody landscape APAC’s changing custody landscape

Digital asset appetite and alignment to ESG frameworks as well as pressure to reduce settlement cycles engaged panellists and virtual delegates at the 2021 Network Forum Asia meeting. flow reflects on how these themes are redefining global custody routines

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Where next in the Gulf for securities services? Where next in the Gulf for securities services?

Having bounced back from Covid-19-related shocks, liquidity in local equity and bond markets is now the priority in the Middle East as GCC economies attract overseas investors following market infrastructure reforms. Securities services in the region are also navigating ESG and digital asset developments. flow reports on discussions at The Network Forum Virtual Middle East meeting

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