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International Securities Settlements & Custodial Services - Dubai

Training : International Securities Settlements & Custodial Services - Dubai

Wed, 07/05/2014   for 2 Days
Conducted by : Eureka Financial
Contact : Sam Baker
Duration : 2 Days
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This training program is designed to provide delegates with practical knowledge about the key concepts, systems, processes and procedures in international securities settlement and custodial services as well as operational risks involved. Participants will have a chance to gain skills necessary to facilitate day-to-day transactions and communication processes between all parties involved.

Main topics covered:
 
Securities settlement - exploring key concepts and market context
The relationship between exchanges and clearing houses
Derivatives and securities settlement process
Understanding the role of a settlement department
The role of payment system in securities settlements
Settlement process including pre-settlement, settlement and reconciliation processes
Timing in cash management and Forex exchange
Global custody and derivatives clearing
Core and value added services in global custody
Identifying and managing risks in clearing, global custody and settlement
The impact of 'Corporate actions ' in custody services
Exploring industry trends

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