Research says regulatory environment is the dominant force affecting post-trade
post-trade technology landscape is set to undergo a fundamental
change in the coming years with regulatory initiatives such as
interoperability, shortened settlement times (T2S) and Central
Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR), driving competition,
according to a report from research firm Celent.
The report –
commissioned by Nasdaq and based on discussions with 17 major
market participants – found that the regulatory
environment was the dominant force affecting post-trade
industry players. along with global market infrastructure
initiatives to shorten settlement times.
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