We are continually optimising and improving our services and products for your benefit. We do this on the one hand by rendering our internal processes more efficient and on the other by offering optimum solutions to our clients.

Please take a look at the following to see which projects and releases we are currently working on for you:

Here you will find current T2S Releases and Settlement Client Releases which we implement for you as well as all those which we have already implemented:

Current:

  • Information about T2S Release 4.0 per 15.06.2020 and Settlement Client Release:

Information of March 30th, 2020

Past:

  • Information about T2S Release 3.2 per 18.11.2019:

Information of August 2nd, 2019

  • Information about T2S Release 3.0 per 10.06.2019:

Information of March 14th, 2019

  • Information about T2S Release 2.0 per 09.06.2018 and Settlement Client Release:

Information of May 17th, 2018

  • Information about T2S Release 1.3.2 per 17.02.2018:

Information of January 8th, 2018

  • Information about T2S Release 1.3.1 per 16.12.2017 and about enhancements in the OeKB CSD Settlement Client:

Information of November 2nd, 2017

  • Information about T2S Release 1.3 per 10.07.2017 and about enhancements in the OeKB CSD Settlement Client:

Information of June 13th, 2017

  • Information about T2S Release 1.3 per 10.07.2017:

Information of May 2nd, 2017

The most recent step of the CSD Regulation (CSDR) is to create an EU-wide harmonised legal framework for financial market infrastructures and to promote security and stability in financial markets. The Regulation covers a wide range of requirements over its phased implementation period, the last of which is the Settlement Discipline Regime, which will enter into force in September 2020.

The Settlement Discipline Regime applies to all transactions in European settlement systems and consists of both a cash penalty for late settlement (application by CSDs) and mandatory buy-ins (execution by trading partners).

Thus, the CSDR obliges market participants and CSDs to implement comprehensive measures to prevent failed securities settlements and to report and penalise failed securities settlements.

OeKB CSD has launched the Settlement Discipline Project and is already working intensively on the implementation of these measures.

For OeKB CSD clients, all information on the project is published in the client-related section My OeKB CSD. This gives them the opportunity to find out about the current project status at any time:

Up-to-date information about the project

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Relevant links - provided by OeKB CSD

Corporate Actions New:

What it is about?

The purpose of the project “Corporate Actions New” is to replace the existing processing system for corporate actions.

Who is to benefit?

Securities account holders benefit from the increased efficiency, reliability and user-friendly processing of corporate actions.

When will it be implemented?

Our efforts on this project have already begun. Our project plan has several phases scheduled for the launch, which will be concluded by 2nd quarter of 2020 from today’s perspective.

  1. Phase 1:
    August 06th, 2018
  2. Phase 2:
    3rd quarter of 2019
  3. Phase 3:
    2nd quarter of 2020

Efficient processing

Reliable handling

User-friendly online system

The Shareholder Rights Directive II (SRD II) is an EU directive aimed at strengthening the position of shareholders and reducing short-term and excessive risk-taking by companies.

It supplements SRD I, which came into force in 2007, with the aim of improving corporate governance in companies whose securities are traded on the stock exchange.

OeKB CSD is represented in various working groups on this topic. You can find current information on this project here:

Any questions? Please contact us!

OeKB CSD Service Center
T +43 1 53127-2100
F +43 1 53127-4100
csd@oekb-csd.at