Mauro Dognini appointed General Manager of Monte Titoli

Oct 06 2014 - 17:00

-       Brings considerable knowledge and expertise in electronic brokerage

-       Monte Titoli remains the only major first-wave CSD participant to join T2S


Monte Titoli, part of London Stock Exchange Group, today announces that it has appointed Mauro Dognini as General Manger. Mauro joins Monte Titoli from RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) Investors Services where he was Italian General Manger from 2011 to 2014. Previously, he was Vice General Manager of Italy & Global Head of Asset Managers and Asset Owners Solutions for BNP Paribas Securities Services.

Monte Titoli is a leading post-trade solutions provider, offering pre-settlement, settlement, custody, asset servicing and collateral management services on domestic and cross border securities. The company  was given an AA rating by Thomas Murray and has an extensive international customer base of over 400 banks and brokers, CCP’s and trading venues and offers its services to more than 2,000 issuers.

Monte Titoli has been a committed champion of the T2S project from the outset and remains the only major first-wave CSD participant to join T2S. Monte Titoli is committed to increasing efficiency in the European securities settlement infrastructure, providing harmonised, competitive processes to help reduce cross-border settlement fees. The T2S project is a single pan-European platform for securities settlement developed by the European Central Bank.

 

For further information, please contact:
Media Relations
Oriana Pagano
Sofia Crosta
+39 0272426 360
media.relations@borsaitaliana.it
Twitter: @BorsaItalianaIT

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