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Clearing, Settlement and Custody 2nd ed isbn 9780080983332

Clearing, Settlement and Custody


ISBN13: 9780750654845
ISBN: 0750654848
New Edition ISBN: 9780080983332
Published: September 2002
Publisher: Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Clearing, Settlement and Custody focuses on the clearing, settlement and custody functions by analyzing how they work and the interaction between the organizations involved. The author examines the roles of clearing houses, central counterparties, central securities depositories and the custodians, as well as, assessing the impact on the workflow and procedures in the operations function at banks, brokers and institutions.

The changes that are taking place in the industry are explored and the impact for operations managers and supervisors assessed. Clearing, settlement and custody is at the heart of everything that happens in the financial markets. The evolution of clearing and settlement is one that is still happening and as such, it is impacting on the operations function through both new practices but also, increasingly, in terms of regulation, risk and reputation.

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Preface
The structure of clearing and settlement
Role of the clearing house and central securities depositories
Bond settlement
Equity clearing and settlement
Derivatives clearing and settlement
Custody services
Other clearing and settlement
Operational issues and the future
Appendices.