Volume 12, 2019-2020

Each volume of Journal of Securities Operations & Custody consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles and case studies published in Volume 12 are listed below.

Volume 12 Number 3 (Summer 2020)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Editor, Journal of Securities Operations & Custody
  • Connecting Senior Managers and Certification Regime requirements with operational risk
    Liezl de Villiers Getz, Head of Operational Risk Identification, Aviva Investors
  • Implementing service level agreements in custody operations and software systems
    Wolfgang Göb, Head of Business Development, Software Daten Service Gesellschaft
  • Digital Transformation in Securities Services: The BNP Paribas experience
    Philippe Ruault, Head of Digital Transformation, BNP Paribas Securities Services
  • Strategic relationship agreements: Better returns through better relationships
    Thomas A. Hickey III, Partner and Michael P. Calabrese, of counsel, Foley & Lardner
  • What’s in a name? Standard identifiers for financial instruments and entities in a changing financial landscape
    Richard B. Young, Industry Relations — Global Data, Bloomberg
  • LIBOR: The drama is still to come
    Akber Datoo, Founder, CEO and Managing Director, D2 Legal Technology
  • Intelligent automation: A new frontier in capital markets operations
    Arin Ray, Senior Analyst, Securities & Investments practice, Celent
  • Application programming interfaces: The new (old) game in town
    Godfried De Vidts, Regulatory Affairs Adviser, TransFICC
  • The next generation of operations: Evolving beyond data collecting to data quality and analytics - The journey of one financial regulator
    Barbara Vouté, Former Director, Market Practices and Karl Eiholzer, Director of Product Management, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

Volume 12 Number 2 (Spring 2020)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Editor, Journal of Securities Operations & Custody
  • How AI is changing operations from settlement optimisation to automating risk monitoring
    Tony Brownlee, President, Jesse Sommerfeld, Head of Data Science and Kyle Hansen, Head of AI Engineering, Kingland
  • Solving the legacy technology conundrum: Successful strategies for back-office transformation
    James Maxfield, Managing Director, Ascendant Strategy
  • CSDR settlement discipline costs and how to reduce or avoid them
    Bill Meenaghan, Executive Director — ITP Product Management, DTCC Europe
  • Growing importance of the closing auction in share trading volumes
    Franck Raillon, Senior Quantitative Analyst, Market Surveillance Division, Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF)
  • Regulations: Burden or insurance?
    Julia B. Romhanyi, Managing Director and Global Head of Securities Services, UniCredit
  • Reimagining the future of securities operations: The time for change is now
    Bob Walley, Principal, Deloitte & Touche, Sriram Gopalakrishnan, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting and Mike Wade, Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche
  • Roles of CSDs in a blockchain environment
    Carlo R. W. de Meijer, Owner, De Meijer Financial Services Advisory (MIFSA)
  • LIBERTECHNOLOGIES: Depository to people
    Hayk Yeganyan, Chief Executive Officer, Samvel Harutyunyan, Trading Support Specialist and Armen Asatryan, Business Analyst, Armenian Securities Exchange
  • The ‘kissing bugs’ of capital markets: How the financial services industry can best evolve
    Joy Sengupta, Head of Corporate Strategy & Innovation, CLS

Volume 12 Number 1 (Winter 2019-20)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • The European post-trade infrastructures after Brexit: A central securities depository perspective
    Jesús Benito, CEO, IBERCLEAR
  • Blockchain in post-trade: Blocked by regulations and legal challenges
    Haitham Al Salmi, General Manager, Muscat Clearing and Depository
  • The value of the Legal Entity Identifier for the participants of the securities industry
    Gerard Hartsink, Chairman, Board of Directors, Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation
  • The rise and role of FinTech for financial institutions: Why FinTech, and why now?
    Mark Beeston, Managing Partner, Founder, Illuminate Financial Management
  • Digital and crypto-assets: Tracking global adoption rates and impacts on securities services
    Margaret Harwood-Jones, Managing Director, Global Head, Securities Services, Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Analysing blockchain/distributed ledger technology in capital markets and know your customer process
    André Eduardo Demarco, Managing Director, Compliance Products and Bidding Process, B3
  • Post-trade change management
    Alicia Greenwood, Director of Post Trade Services and Tyrone Arendse, Head of Change Delivery, Post Trade Services, JSE
  • Smart contracts for the digital economy
    Manan Shah, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Rajbir Samra, Manager of Banking and Capital Markets, Financial Services Advisory