Cross-border Harmonisation Working Groups
- "Where harmonisation proposals in specific domains are discussed with market experts. The following working groups are part of it: Communication Working Group, Contractual Harmonisation Working Group, Custody Working Group, Foreign Securities in the Single Platform Working Group, Issuers Working Group, Legal Working Group, Market Discipline Working Group, Payments Working Group, Securities Settlement Working Group, Tax Working Group."
Euroclear glossary. 2008.
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