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  • Deutsche Bank: The route to client empowerment

    Satvinder Singh explains how a modular approach to securities services in a digital age can grow the bottom line

  • Tradeweb: Bringing the international bond market to Asia

    Tradeweb was instrumental in developing the Bond Connect programme

  • India INX: Pioneering international access into India’s derivatives market

    India’s first international exchange has a strong pipeline of products to add to its successful index, equity and commodity derivatives

  • Standard Bank: The Africa story is just beginning

    Charl Bruyns, Head of Investor Services at Standard Bank Group, discusses the rapid progress being made in Africa and his expectations for the next 10 to 15 years

  • ADS Securities: The rise of fund centres

    Ryan Lemand, Managing Director, Head of Wealth and Asset Management at ADS Securities, explains why fund centres have emerged as significant parts of the financial landscape

  • RBC I&TS: In Canada and abroad, regulation continues to steer supply and demand

    Donato D’Eramo, Managing Director, Securities Finance at RBC Investor & Treasury Services in Toronto speaks about the shifting tides of supply and demand, as well as the rise in non-cash collateral

  • BNY Mellon: Cautious optimism

    Rob Chiuch, Managing Director, Global Head of Agency Securities Lending at BNY Mellon Markets says that buoyant asset prices, US and European monetary policy and the moderating tone of regulatory reform are shaping the current environment for securities finance

  • Pirum Systems: Collateral revolution – a new vision

    By understanding all the opportunities, risks and costs, managers will make more efficient collateral allocations and traders will make better-informed execution decisions, said Rob Frost head of product development at Pirum Systems

  • CME Group: Asia benefits from round-the-clock trading

    The US exchange group's Asian business saw volume spikes around the recent UK and US votes

  • TAIFEX: Taking Trading to the Next Level

    TAIFEX is building on rapid growth in recent years with an ongoing series of international initiatives

  • Citi: Stepping up to the global challenge

    Sanjiv Sawhney, Global Head of Custody and Fund Services at Citi, explains how the firm’s future-focused, technologically enabled global custody and funds offering is helping develop and empower its long-term client relationships

  • Natixis: Global platform

    Anand Krishnan, Managing Director, Head of Securities Finance Americas, Natixis, says its unified cross-asset approach allows it to meet the global financing needs of its clients

  • BNY Mellon Markets: Low volatility tests US equity securities financing market

    As it fades into history, 2016 is assuming the guise of a vintage year for securities financing – at least relative to the tepid market conditions in the US so far during 2017.

  • HSBC: ASEAN demands attention

    Clive Triance, HSBC’s Managing Director, Global Head of Banks and Broker Dealers Sector in Hong Kong, explains why the ASEAN region is increasingly important to Asia’s capital markets for international investors

  • Commerzbank: The case for core competency

    Rob Scott, head of custody and clearing at Commerzbank, explains how the bank’s domestic roots shape the way it supports its corporate clients as they expand into new markets

  • DNB: Volatility spurs volume

    DNB traders Karin Aronsen and Dag Rudilokken say there is a growing role for mutual funds in Norway’s securities lending market but challenges are posed by EU regulatory change

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