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  • About the Netting Process

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    As part of the net-net process, DTC employs a netting procedure with NSCC called cross-endorsement. Under cross-endorsement, each Participant's net debit at one organization is netted against the amount of its net credit, if any, at the other organization. Looking back at the previous example in the Overview of End-of-Day Settlement, if Participant 1 had a net credit of $1 million at NSCC, it...
  • Limitation of Participant Net Debit Caps by Settling Banks

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    A Settling Bank can limit the net debit cap assigned to each Participant it represents. However, the maximum amount set by a Settling Bank cannot exceed the Participant’s system-calculated net debit cap established by DTC. To establish or change the net debit cap for a Participant for which it settles, the Settling Bank must submit a letter of instruction to DTC requesting the amount of the net...
  • Settling Bank Acknowledgement And Refusal Procedures

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    Acknowledgment and Refusal Procedures Each Settling Bank that is the designated Settling Bank for another Participant or for other Participants must use the Settling Bank Acknowledgment function to perform acknowledgment activities promptly after final figures have been posted and by the Acknowledgment Cutoff Time. Once the message 'Final Figures' appears on the Settlement screen, each Settling...
  • Settlement Payment For Net-Net Debit Balances

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    In the event that a Settling Bank has insufficient funds when the NSS file is run, or if Settling Banks must use Fedwire® because NSS in not available, a Settling Bank with a net-net debit settlement balance must fulfill its payment obligation to DTC by the later of 5:00 p.m. eastern time and the time that is one hour after the time that final figures are provided by DTC, except that all such...
  • Untimely Funds Settlement/Failure to Acknowledge Fees

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    If DTC makes a borrowing as a result of the failure of a Settling Bank or Participant to complete timely settlement the Settling Bank or Participant will be charged interest on that borrowing as follows: Interest Rates for Borrowings Made Due to Untimely Payment of Funds Net Debit of Settling Bank or Participant Rate (percent) First $5 million 2.0 Next $20 million 1.5 Next $50 million 1.0 More...
  • Special Procedures Relating to Settling Bank Processing on Behalf of Participants

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    This topic is an Addendum to the End of Day Settlement article Untimely Funds Settlement/Failure to Acknowledge Fees . In addition, the following procedures apply when a Settling Bank does not timely satisfy its settlement balance. Unless these procedures indicate otherwise, each paragraph of these procedures applies whether a Settling Bank’s settlement balance is a net-net credit or a net-net...
  • DTC / NSCC Settling Bank Netting Arrangements

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    This topic is an Addendum to the End of Day Settlement article, Settlement Payment for Net-Net Debit Balances (refer to step 2.) Any settling bank that settles for both participants of DTC and NSCC will have its net-net credit or debit balances at DTC and NSCC aggregated and netted to one consolidated debit amount or credit amount as applicable. DTC shall provide NSCC with services with respect...
  • Settlement Processing Schedule

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    The following table describes the DTC Settlement processing schedule. All times are eastern time (ET). Cutoff Time EST This Occurs 1:15 p.m. DTC's cutoff for syndicate closings. 1:30 p.m. DTC releases all pending delivery account (PDA) positions and reverts to default recycle processing. 2:00 p.m. Cutoff for: Valued MMI issuances. 2:30 p.m. Cutoff for: An Issuing and Paying Agent (IPA) to...
  • Extension Requests

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    DTC cannot grant any Participant an extension of the foregoing deadlines unless a substantial volume of transactions is involved. A Participant should notify DTC as early in the processing day as possible if it thinks it may need to request an input extension. This will allow DTC to discuss alternative methods of input. To request an extension call DTC's Settlement Hotline at 212-855-5800.
  • Benefits

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    The ID Net Service, or “ID Net”, is a service that ultimately benefits all parties involved in institutional trading. ID Net processing: Reduces the aggregate value of settlements system wide through netting efficiencies Presents cost savings for banks and brokers through reduced fees and/or deliveries Increases the certainty of settlement for matched institutional trades Encourages early...
  • Overview

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    Unlike exchange trades and most prime broker trades, most institutional delivery transactions do not currently flow through NSCC’s CNS®. Rather these institutional transactions settle at DTC. The ID Net Service allows subscribers to the service to net all eligible Affirmed Transactions against their CNS transactions, if any. Eligibility for the ID Net Service requires that a participating...
  • Terminating the ID Net Service

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    If an ID Net Subscriber wanted to terminate their participation in ID Net, the following procedure would apply: A subscriber to the ID Net service will need to submit an ID Net exit notification to DTC’s Account Administration area. Upon receipt of the form, it will be reviewed for all required information and authorization. If acceptable, the appropriate masterfile update will take place that...
  • Participant Eligibility

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    ID Net Firms must be NSCC Members eligible for CNS processing as well as Participants in DTC. ID Net Banks must be DTC Participants. All agent ID numbers associated with a given ID Net Bank are included for processing. A subscriber to the ID Net Service must submit an ID Net subscriber form to both DTC and NSCC in order to become an ID Net Subscriber. Upon receipt of the form, DTC’s Account...
  • ID Net Security Eligibility

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    Most equity securities that are eligible for CNS are eligible for ID Net processing.
  • ID Net Processing Eligibility

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    In addition to Participant and security eligibility requirements, for a transaction to be eligible for ID Net: The trade must be affirmed/matched by a Matching Utility. DTC should receive the Affirmed Transaction from the Matching Utility no later than 11:30 a.m. eastern time on the business day immediately preceding settlement date (“SD-1”) to be considered for ID Net eligibility. The...
  • Insufficient Position Recycles

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    If you enter a transaction to deliver or pledge securities, (such as a transaction to remove securities from your account) and you do not have enough position to complete the entire transaction, DTC will pend the transaction until you have enough position to cover the entire delivery. Note- An exception to this rule: DTC does allow for partial NSCC CNS and ACATS deliveries. DTC offers you two...
  • About Investment Identification

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    At your request, DTC will segregate securities for the account of a firm, partner, officer, stockholder, or for an omnibus account. Securities are segregated by the serial number appearing on the Investment Identification Instruction form. The serial number appears on the Participant Daily Activity Statement on the date of activity and is reported on the end-of-month statement until you no...
  • About The Security Holder Tracking Service

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    The Security Holder Tracking Service allows a third party administrator to track the number of beneficial holders of an issue. Background The Security Holder Tracking Service (or the SH Tracking Service) will allow issuers, either themselves or through an issuer-designated administrator, to track and limit the number of beneficial owners for an individual CUSIP. In order to support the...
  • Look-Ahead Processing

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    DTC’s Look-Ahead process runs on fifteen minute intervals and selects pairs of transactions that, when processed simultaneously, will not violate the involved Participants net debit cap, collateral, or other Risk Management system controls. The Look-Ahead process reduces transaction blockage for securities by identifying a receive transaction pending due to a net debit cap insufficiency and...
  • Money Market Instrument (MMI) Acronym Payment Failure Processing

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    MMI Acronym Payment Failure processing is designed to protect DTC and notify Participants if there is no timely MMI Funding Acknowledgment from the IPA(s) for an Acronym for which presentments are due on that day and/or DTC is aware that the issuer of an Acronym is insolvent and therefore payments due to Participants relating to presentments for that Acronym will not be funded by IPA(s) through...

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