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The settlement cycle refers to the time between the trade date, when an order is executed in the market, and the settlement date. In the EU the settlement cycle since 2014 is set at trade date plus two business days (T+2), while in the US the settlement cycle was shortened from three to two business days in 2017. In the US, there is now an industry-lead initiative to accelerate the securities settlement cycle to one day (T+1).

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Most central banks in advanced economies consider issuing central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), not only to address the declining use of cash, but also to position themselves against increased competition from Big Tech companies, cryptocurrencies, and stablecoins.

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The European Union needs a long-term vision for the future development of the European clearing market.

05.07.2021
14:00-15:00
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After a long hesitation, and consultation, the European Commission is now proposing to regulate cryptocurrency under the Markets in Crypto-assets R

In recent years, there has been a global shift with companies doing more to tackle their environmental impact. However, the sustainability information reported by large (listed) companies is currently

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The green bond market has expanded remarkably over the last few years. In 2020, around €236 billion of green bonds were issued globally (+57% compared to 2018), with Germany, France and the Netherlands accounting for a third of them.

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The pandemic has caused unprecedented volatility in the financial markets. The corporate sector has been hit by supply disruptions and weak demand.

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Making financing more accessible and attractive for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is one of the key points of the new Capital Markets Union (CMU) Action Plan.

06.10.2020
15:00-16:15
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Earlier this year, the Commission started consulting on a series of priority areas as part of its on-going MIFID II/MiFIR review

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