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Euroclear resumed settlements on securities of a number of non-sanctioned companies​

European depository Euroclear resumed settlements on securities of non-sanctioned companies

The European Depository said that after the checks it will continue to expand the list of securities for which settlements will be resumed. Earlier, Euroclear announced the resumption of settlements on some issues of Russian bonds



The Euroclear international depository resumed settlements on local shares of a number of Russian companies not subject to sanctions, as well as on Eurobonds, and expanded the list of traded OFZs. The list includes such issuers as Gazprom , Gazprom Neft , LUKOIL , Norilsk Nickel , Mechel , Moscow Exchange , Inter RAO , Magnit , Aeroflot , AFK Sistema , Segezha , MTS , M.Video , Detsky Mir , Beluga and many other securities with the identification code RU ISIN. We are talking about calculations in the outer perimeter.

In total, the letter from the Euroclear depository lists 137 Russian local securities that became available for settlements with Euroclear Bank as of June 26, 2023. The letter is at the disposal of RBC Investments, its authenticity was confirmed by two sources in the financial market. RBC Investments sent a request to Euroclear.

The message of the European depository emphasizes that Euroclear has resumed free settlements for those Russian securities that do not require reconciliation related to forced transfer laws and whose assets are not subject to freezing in connection with international sanctions.

Euroclear also notes that the list of securities for which settlements can be resumed will expand after the checks. "Euroclear Bank will continue to evaluate and review the list of suspended securities and may resume settlement of additional securities that comply with standard operational reviews," the depository said in a statement.

Alexei Bulgakov, head of the debt market analytics department at Renaissance Capital, told RBC Investments that last week and this week Euroclear sent updated lists of Russian assets almost every day, gradually releasing securities with RU ISIN for trading - shares (local), OFZ, Eurobonds with RU ISIN.

At the end of 2022, Euroclear suspended settlements and, accordingly, trading in all Russian securities with the RU ISIN code (OFZ, corporate issues, "new" sovereign Eurobonds and shares), after NSD began to carry out operations to force the transfer of these securities into the Russian perimeter.

Investors received the right to transfer Russian securities from a foreign depository to a Russian one by force until November 10, 2022, inclusive, in accordance with Federal Law No. 319-FZ. Russian depositories had to open accounts for the investors who applied and credit them with Russian securities or refuse to conduct transactions no later than November 24, 2022. The same law regulated the process of deconverting receipts and their transfer from abroad to the Russian accounting system.

In December 2022, amendments were made to the law (No. 519-FZ dated 12/19/2022), which entered into force on January 1, 2023. In particular, they introduced new additional cases in which it is possible to file an application with NSD for a forced transfer of the accounting of rights to Russian securities, and also established the terms and conditions for the forced transfer of securities in these cases.

The European Depository considered that due to the forced transfer of Russian securities, there was uncertainty regarding the correctness of their accounting, and therefore suspended trading and settlements.



Earlier it was reported that Euroclear resumed settlements on four OFZ issues and one issue of sovereign bonds Russia-25 2.875% EUR. At the same time, Euroclear emphasized that they would reconcile the lists of holders in relation to each issue with suspended settlements. Operations will be resumed only if the checks are successfully passed, while settlements can be suspended again if there are new obstacles to transactions.

“There is no detailed information on how the check will be carried out. They need to make sure, among other things, that there are no sanctioned persons among the holders, that the assets are not blocked, ” Elena Ryazanova, deputy director of the Sinara legal department, explained to Frank Media at the time.

On Wednesday, June 28, Vedomosti, citing Renaissance Capital, announced the resumption of settlements in Euroclear for 20 OFZ issues and all issues of sovereign bonds with RU ISIN (international identification code for Russian securities).

The resumption of clearing of some Russian securities, which was announced by the international depository, actually means that it will be possible to make transactions with the listed securities in the external circuit, as well as to make depositary transfers, experts interviewed by RBC Pro explained when the first OFZ settlements were resumed.

At the same time, experts noted that the resumption of clearing for Russian securities has nothing to do with the possible unblocking of Russian investors' assets. These are unrelated processes, emphasizes Alexei Bulgakov.

There are no changes in the sanctions regimes as a result of the resumption of settlements in Euroclear for a number of Russian securities, the Association of Bondholders noted. “Clients have the right to move, including buy and sell securities listed in Euroclear and associated with Russian issuers . Sanctions do not restrict such operations. The sanctions restrict operations on NSD's Euroclear account and the crediting of amounts over €100,000 to Russian residents' accounts. If the securities are held by a non-sanctioned broker, the client had and has the right to move them,” said Alexander Berkunov, board member of the Bondholders Association (ABO).

At the same time, non-residents, foreign investors, will continue to receive all payments on Russian securities to type C accounts, the withdrawal from which is possible only with the permission of the government commission.

A person who issues securities. The issuer can be both an individual and a legal entity (companies, executive authorities or local governments). A financial instrument used to raise capital. The main types of securities: shares (gives the owner the right of ownership), bonds (debt security) and their derivatives. Read more Investment is the investment of money to generate income or to preserve capital. There are financial investments (purchase of securities) and real ones (investments in industry, construction, and so on). In a broad sense, investments are divided into many subspecies: private or public, speculative or venture, and others.
 

m.m.f

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non si capisce se si riferisce solo al trading ma mi parrebbe strano non includesse anche i rimborsi

Euroclear resumed settlements on securities of a number of non-sanctioned companies​

European depository Euroclear resumed settlements on securities of non-sanctioned companies

The European Depository said that after the checks it will continue to expand the list of securities for which settlements will be resumed. Earlier, Euroclear announced the resumption of settlements on some issues of Russian bonds



The Euroclear international depository resumed settlements on local shares of a number of Russian companies not subject to sanctions, as well as on Eurobonds, and expanded the list of traded OFZs. The list includes such issuers as Gazprom , Gazprom Neft , LUKOIL , Norilsk Nickel , Mechel , Moscow Exchange , Inter RAO , Magnit , Aeroflot , AFK Sistema , Segezha , MTS , M.Video , Detsky Mir , Beluga and many other securities with the identification code RU ISIN. We are talking about calculations in the outer perimeter.

In total, the letter from the Euroclear depository lists 137 Russian local securities that became available for settlements with Euroclear Bank as of June 26, 2023. The letter is at the disposal of RBC Investments, its authenticity was confirmed by two sources in the financial market. RBC Investments sent a request to Euroclear.

The message of the European depository emphasizes that Euroclear has resumed free settlements for those Russian securities that do not require reconciliation related to forced transfer laws and whose assets are not subject to freezing in connection with international sanctions.

Euroclear also notes that the list of securities for which settlements can be resumed will expand after the checks. "Euroclear Bank will continue to evaluate and review the list of suspended securities and may resume settlement of additional securities that comply with standard operational reviews," the depository said in a statement.

Alexei Bulgakov, head of the debt market analytics department at Renaissance Capital, told RBC Investments that last week and this week Euroclear sent updated lists of Russian assets almost every day, gradually releasing securities with RU ISIN for trading - shares (local), OFZ, Eurobonds with RU ISIN.

At the end of 2022, Euroclear suspended settlements and, accordingly, trading in all Russian securities with the RU ISIN code (OFZ, corporate issues, "new" sovereign Eurobonds and shares), after NSD began to carry out operations to force the transfer of these securities into the Russian perimeter.

Investors received the right to transfer Russian securities from a foreign depository to a Russian one by force until November 10, 2022, inclusive, in accordance with Federal Law No. 319-FZ. Russian depositories had to open accounts for the investors who applied and credit them with Russian securities or refuse to conduct transactions no later than November 24, 2022. The same law regulated the process of deconverting receipts and their transfer from abroad to the Russian accounting system.

In December 2022, amendments were made to the law (No. 519-FZ dated 12/19/2022), which entered into force on January 1, 2023. In particular, they introduced new additional cases in which it is possible to file an application with NSD for a forced transfer of the accounting of rights to Russian securities, and also established the terms and conditions for the forced transfer of securities in these cases.

The European Depository considered that due to the forced transfer of Russian securities, there was uncertainty regarding the correctness of their accounting, and therefore suspended trading and settlements.



Earlier it was reported that Euroclear resumed settlements on four OFZ issues and one issue of sovereign bonds Russia-25 2.875% EUR. At the same time, Euroclear emphasized that they would reconcile the lists of holders in relation to each issue with suspended settlements. Operations will be resumed only if the checks are successfully passed, while settlements can be suspended again if there are new obstacles to transactions.

“There is no detailed information on how the check will be carried out. They need to make sure, among other things, that there are no sanctioned persons among the holders, that the assets are not blocked, ” Elena Ryazanova, deputy director of the Sinara legal department, explained to Frank Media at the time.

On Wednesday, June 28, Vedomosti, citing Renaissance Capital, announced the resumption of settlements in Euroclear for 20 OFZ issues and all issues of sovereign bonds with RU ISIN (international identification code for Russian securities).

The resumption of clearing of some Russian securities, which was announced by the international depository, actually means that it will be possible to make transactions with the listed securities in the external circuit, as well as to make depositary transfers, experts interviewed by RBC Pro explained when the first OFZ settlements were resumed.

At the same time, experts noted that the resumption of clearing for Russian securities has nothing to do with the possible unblocking of Russian investors' assets. These are unrelated processes, emphasizes Alexei Bulgakov.

There are no changes in the sanctions regimes as a result of the resumption of settlements in Euroclear for a number of Russian securities, the Association of Bondholders noted. “Clients have the right to move, including buy and sell securities listed in Euroclear and associated with Russian issuers . Sanctions do not restrict such operations. The sanctions restrict operations on NSD's Euroclear account and the crediting of amounts over €100,000 to Russian residents' accounts. If the securities are held by a non-sanctioned broker, the client had and has the right to move them,” said Alexander Berkunov, board member of the Bondholders Association (ABO).

At the same time, non-residents, foreign investors, will continue to receive all payments on Russian securities to type C accounts, the withdrawal from which is possible only with the permission of the government commission.

A person who issues securities. The issuer can be both an individual and a legal entity (companies, executive authorities or local governments). A financial instrument used to raise capital. The main types of securities: shares (gives the owner the right of ownership), bonds (debt security) and their derivatives. Read more Investment is the investment of money to generate income or to preserve capital. There are financial investments (purchase of securities) and real ones (investments in industry, construction, and so on). In a broad sense, investments are divided into many subspecies: private or public, speculative or venture, and others.

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