Liquidity Alliance is global response to the liquidity crunch on banks and managers
Brazil’s settlement house
Cetip will be the first to trial a new client platform from the
Liquidity Alliance, a consortium of international settlement
providers seeking to address the global liquidity constraints
of global banks and money managers.
The Liquidity Alliance, which comprises
the settlement houses of Australia, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain
and South Africa, said the new customer interface, slated for
launch this month, is based on client feedback amassed over the
three years since the Alliance’s formation.
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