Tagged: t+1

DTCC Comments on T+1 Progress

DTCC is currently testing T +1 – the new standard for settling trades.  Currently, trades are settled T+2. The last change was in 2017 when traders had three days to settle their securities transactions. CI received a comment from DTCC Managing Director and General Manager,… Read More

DTCC, SIFMA, ICI Move Closer to T+1 Settlement

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and the Investment Company Institute (ICI) have published a “playbook” on T+1 settlement. The T+1 Securities Settlement Industry Implementation Playbook outlines the approach to identifying the implementation activities, timelines, dependencies, and… Read More

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation Advocates Transition to T+1 Settlement

Following the Gamestop/Reddit/Robinhood melodrama, the discussion of when trades settle has become a topic of concern. Currently, if you purchase shares from a broker you must pay for those shares within two days of the trade (T+2), something the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted in… Read More

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