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  • STOXX Announces Results Of Annual Emerging And Developed Markets Classification Review

    Date 16/04/2014

    STOXX Limited, the market-moving provider of innovative, tradable and global index concepts, today announced the results of the regular annual review of the STOXX Emerging and Developed Markets Country Classification. All changes will become effective with the open of markets on Sept. 22, 2014.

  • BM&FBOVESPA Announces The 2nd Preview For Ibovespa And Other Indices Valid For May-August 2014

    Date 16/04/2014

    BM&FBOVESPA announces the second preview for the BOVESPA Index theoretical portfolio, which will be valid for the period of May 05-August 29, 2014, based on the closing of the April 15, 2014 session. The preview registers the entrance of MMXM3 (MMX MINER ON) onto the Ibovespa portfolio, which is now made up of 73 stocks from 68 companies.


  • Bermuda Stock Exchange Will Be Closed For Easter Holiday

    Date 16/04/2014

    The Bermuda Stock Exchange (“BSX”) advises that the Exchange will be closed on Friday, 18 April, 2014, in observance of the Good Friday Public Holiday. The BSX will re-open on Monday, 21 April, 2014.

  • Regulation On Securities Settlement And On Central Securities Depositories In The EU (‘CSD Regulation’) – Frequently Asked Questions

    Date 16/04/2014

    See also STATEMENT/14/130

    1. What does the CSD Regulation address?

    The CSD Regulation aims to harmonise both the timing and conduct of securities settlement in Europe and the rules governing Central Securities Depositories (CSDs) which operate the infrastructures enabling settlement.

  • Irish Residential Properties REIT Lists On The Irish Stock Exchange Raising €200m

    Date 16/04/2014

    Irish Residential Properties REIT plc (“the REIT”), the first residentially focused REIT to list in Ireland, commenced trading on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) today.

  • EBA Updates Its Work Programme For 2014

    Date 16/04/2014

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) informs on an addendum to its work plan for 2014 following a series of calls for advice from the European Commission. The additional work will mostly consist of technical advice on a number of topics related to provisions in the CRR/CRD. It will inform the European Commission in the preparation of reports to the European Parliament and the Council and, where appropriate, legislative acts.

  • SIFMA Supports Move To Shorten Settlement Cycle

    Date 16/04/2014

    SIFMA today announced it supports a move to shorten the settlement cycle for U.S equities, corporate bonds and municipal bonds to trade date plus two days (T+2) from the current T+3. SIFMA recognizes that shortening the settlement cycle on a timeframe that is workable for all market participants can meaningfully benefit investors by reducing systemic risk.

  • EBA Technical Standards On Supervisory Reporting Endorsed With Amended Calendar

    Date 16/04/2014

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) welcomed the adoption by the European Commission (EC) of its Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting. In accordance with an Opinion issued by the EBA, the remittance dates of the first set of supervisory reports will be postponed from April/May 2014 to end June 2014, but there is no change to reference dates. This decision will ensure legal coherence and clarity given the later than scheduled entry into force of the ITS.

  • OCC: Comptroller Discusses Cybersecurity

    Date 16/04/2014

    Comptroller of the Currency Thomas J. Curry today highlighted the importance of cybersecurity and the OCC’s recent guidance on managing third-party relationships during remarks before a CES Government meeting.

  • EBA Publishes List Of Incorrect ITS Validation Rules

    Date 16/04/2014

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) issued a list of incorrect validation rules found in its Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting. The Authority informed that as a consequence, data submitted in accordance with these Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) should not be validated against the published set of incorrect rules.