This training program is designed to provide banking staff 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.
By attending this program delegates will gain:
• Practical understanding of international securities settlement processes and custodial services, key players and concepts
• A clear understanding of the operational risks involved in these two services
• An update on recent developments of international securities settlement and custodial services
• An understanding and appreciation of the communication processes between all the parties involved in a given transaction
Reserve your place till the end of October and take advantage of an Early Bird discount! Group discounts are also available.
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