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Intermediaries Solutions

By combining the scope and scale of BNY Mellon with the expertise of regulated market infrastructure that is BNY Mellon CSD, we bring intermediaries closer to the market and to their clients. Whether your clients are looking to issue, trade, hold, manage, distribute or restructure securities, we are here to help you and your clients succeed.

Connecting the Dots

By placing our participants in the centre of everything we do, we have sought to make the post-trade marketplace more efficient and secure through enhancing the interoperability of our systems and internalising the securities value chain. As a result, BNY Mellon CSD offers integrated settlement functions and longer settlement deadlines for multiple assets and currencies.*

In line with new regulations and reforms designed to mitigate risk, BNY Mellon CSD effectively lowers security risk, operational risk and the risk of fraud as an extension of our comprehensive processes.

BNY Mellon CSD provides:

  • Improved documentation deadlines
  • Risk mitigation through internalised processes
  • Extended settlement deadlines on a flexible settlement cycle*
  • Enhanced access to the buy-side supporting liquid markets


*Provided that trades are matched and all accounts are held at BNY Mellon CSD.

Regulatory Reform

Regulatory Reform

BNY Mellon asset servicing professionals discuss the impact of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive on the European Union financial markets regulatory system.

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Custodians Becoming CSDs

Workbench

An interview with Chris Prior-Willeard on the drivers for BNY Mellon creating a central securities depository.

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