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Monica Singer Appointed Vice President of AMEDA

Strate’s CEO Monica Singer has been appointed as the Vice President of Africa & Middle East Depositories Association (AMEDA). AMEDA was established in 2005 to reduce risks related to depository, clearing and settlement issues and to support efforts to raise efficiency …

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Upcoming industry events

“Leave nothing to chance” with these upcoming events that will be sponsored or supported by Strate …

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Trade Repository

The importance of a Trade Repository

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, great concern was expressed over the lack of transparency and risk management of the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market …

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Liquidity Alliance launched to address global collateral crunch

The goal of the Liquidity Alliance is to exchange information, identify common needs and to extend global collateral solution. The Alliance will be a dynamic forum and open to additional participants from all regions …

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Strate launches Corporate Action Services

Strate is pleased to announce the creation of the Equities Corporate Action Subscription Services (ECASS). The product / service is aimed at assisting users to obtain standardised corporate action information …

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New CPSS IOSCO Principles are leaving nothing to chance

The infamous largest passenger liner of its time, the RMS Titanic, promised the world it would not sink and yet its powerful design still was no match for the iceberg that sent it to its underwater grave. Similarly, there were those financial entities who claimed that they were too large to fail …

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Principles to further reduce counterparty risk in Close-Out Netting agreements under way

From 1 to 5 October, the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) met to consider draft Principles on Close-Out Netting, a tool that South African institutions use to reduce exposures to the insolvency of a counterparty …

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