Here is some of the options:
1. DTC Eligibility. Prior to applying for such eligibility, it is important to know whether one’s securities will qualify, otherwise much time and resources could be wasted..net will conduct the initial analysis to see if your company or securities qualify for
2. Although not currently offered by CUSIP(s) and ISIN(s) identifier numbers, linking one with the proper licensed FINRA broker dealer who is a DTC Participant, and more. Please refer back to this section of the website as we may have the proper staff on board in Mid-2012..net, with the proper staff we can conduct all necessary work on behalf of our clients and achieve DTC Eligibility for them. This includes assisting with documentation, acquiring
What is the The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC)
For more than 30 years, DTCC has helped automate and streamline that various processes that are critical to the safety and soundness of the capital markets.
DTCC, via its subsidiaries, provides the following: clearing, settlement and information services for equities; corporate and municipal bonds; government and mortgage-backed securities; market instruments as well as over the counter derivatives. Additionally, DTCC is an industry leader in providing the processing of mutual funds and insurance transactions, as well as linking funds and carriers with their distribution networks.
DTCC’s depository provides custody and asset servicing for approximately 3.5 million securities issues from the United States. Overseas, DTCC has provided this services to approximately 110 countries and territories, valued at $36.5 trillion. In 2010, DTCC settled more than $1.66 quadrillion in securities transactions.
DTCC’s subsidiary, The Depository Trust Company, was established in 1973. It was created to reduce costs and provide clearing and settlement efficiencies by immobilizing securities and making “book entry” changes to ownership of the securities. DTC provides securities movements for NSCC’s net settlements, and settlement for institutional trades (which typically involveand securities transfers between custodian banks and broker/dealers), as well as money market instruments.