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Securities market reform stuck in purgatory

Panelists discuss the present state of securities market reform and the challenges ahead.
Securities market reform may be in different stages in different parts of the globe, but for the majority of market participants, the same pain and challenges are being experienced everywhere. A focus session at Sibos 2006 in Sydney set out to determine whether global securities market reform was in heaven, hell or purgatory. And according to the five panelists, the consensus is purgatory.

Moderator Charles Cock, global head of sales and relationship management at BNP Paribas Securities Services, set out some of the reforms that are currently gripping the securities market including G30, target-2, MIFID and code of conduct. The panelists, who mostly hailed from Europe but offered some Asian perspectives, were then asked for...
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