Insights and big ideas from CIBC Mellon and BNY Mellon, designed to help institutional investors in Canada navigate today's complex market and regulatory environment.
Preparing for Canada’s move to a T+2 Settlement Cycle
Canada is expected to move to T+2 settlement at the same time as U.S. markets on September 5, 2017. Firms are not only responsible for satisfying themselves regarding their own systems, but to take steps to confirm that their linkages with other stakeholders in the settlement chain are prepared for the move.
Debt Funds - Sustainable differentiation in a growing market
In this report, BNY Mellon looks at the challenges and opportunities for investors and managers in the alternative credit market, focusing in particular on the operational requirements that underpin a successful business model and also exploring the key elements of the current market environment.
Upcoming Regulatory Changes – 871(m) and the Common Reporting Standard
U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 871(m) and the upcoming implementation of the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) in Canada include potential considerations and deadlines for institutional investors in Canada.
Attentive to Alternatives
Plan sponsors face a challenging investment environment and many are turning to alternatives, which come with their own unique challenges and opportunities. Given the need by pension funds for returns, diversification, and risk management, alternatives are becoming a more mainstream investment choice as they look to generate ROI.
Risk Culture at CIBC Mellon
As an operational transaction-processing organization, we know that careful attention to organizational risk governance, transparency, and personal accountability are critical to helping affirm to clients that we are upholding the trust placed in us.