The updates, from the original guidelines released in 2012, focus on allocation, confirmation, affirmation and settlement processes, involving the work of the Americas Buy-Side Post-Trade and the EMEA Post-Trade Working Groups.
"The main difference between the first version and the second version is the completion and clarification of the portion for non-US markets. This has taken a long time to do, and it's been a complex process, working with a lot of people from buy-side firms, sell-side firm
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