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ACROSS THE POND NEWSLETTER

A newsletter covering the DTCC Government Relation’s team perspective on the most salient policy developments globally, as well as insight into what is top of mind across each region.

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ARTICLES & BLOGS

The View from the Hill
During the first 100 days of President Biden’s administration, key themes and priorities have emerged and are expected to remain a focus moving forward. Alison Wolpert, DTCC Head of Global Government Relations, shares her perspective on anticipated future considerations and offers a look ahead for the industry. (June 21, 2021)

We Can All Agree on Diversity
The financial industry has recognized the importance of diversity in order to ensure a successful and sustainable future. But what are some of the best practices the industry should employ to achieve this goal across all levels of an organization? Ali Wolpert writes for DTCC Connection (December 4, 2019)

Further Harmonisation Needed to Deliver on Full Potential of EU Capital Markets
As early as 1999, it was hoped that the introduction of the euro would naturally lead to a convergence among Europe's capital market and post-trade market infrastructures but it's fair to say that progress was a lot slower than anticipated. This led to the creation of the Giovannini Group whose mission was to identify barriers (later known as the Giovannini barriers) preventing efficient cross-border clearing and settlement in the EU. Andrew Douglas writes for Eurofi Magazine. (March 2019)

ANNOUNCEMENTS

DTCC Appoints Alison Wolpert to Lead the Firm's Global Government Relations Activities
DTCC has appointed Alison Wolpert as Managing Director, Government Relations, effective immediately. Wolpert, who has led DTCC's U.S. government relations function for more than six years and serves as Executive Director of the organization's political action committee, succeeds Mark Wetjen, who is leaving the firm on January 3, 2020. (December 10, 2019)



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