Settlement, a consolidated end-of-day process and the final step of a securities trade, completes the transfer between trading parties of securities ownership and cash. DTC, the central securities depository subsidiary of DTCC, provides settlement services for virtually all broker-to-broker equity and listed corporate and municipal debt securities transactions in the U.S., as well as institutional trades, money market instruments and other financial obligations.
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- Category: Settlement Services
This webcast reviews the responsibilities of participants and settling banks in end of day settlement and describes...
This webcast reviews entitlement parameters, critical dates and reason codes associated with stock loan/repurchase...
This webcast provides an overview of recycle transactions and how to take action on a recycle in Settlement Web.
This webcast provides an overview of the Receiver Authorized Delivery (RAD) system in Settlement Web.
This webcast provides an overview of the Inventory Management System (IMS) and Account Transaction Processor (ATP).
This webcast provides details and steps to reclaim an item, as well as demonstrates the Activity Inquiry tool on...
This webcast defines and provides a review of a Deliver Order, Payment Order and Collateral loans on Settlement Web.
This webcast provides an overview of the DTC risk management Collateral Monitor, Net Debit Cap and Largest Provisional...
This webcast provides an overview of the risk management collateralization process, describes the participant fund,...
Overview of DTC Settlement Processing which will list the requirement, how transactions are recorded and how...