February 17th 2021  


Martin Nadel will be representing ISP Group at ECB’s committee

We are proud to announce that Martin Nadel, ISP Group’s Head of Securities Services, will be representing ISP Group at ECB’s committee:

AMI-SECO HSG’S (Advisory Group on Market Infrastructures for Securities and Collateral Harmonisation Steering Group) Collateral Management Harmonisation Task Force (CMH-TF).

This takes us one step closer to ISP Group’s ultimate mission, which includes amongst others, contributing to the safety and the efficiency of the financial market infrastructure, ensuring that we remain continuously aware of the latest financial market regulations and standards and remaining constantly up to date with developments in the financial industry and internal best practices. Congrats Martin Nadel!

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