1. Funds and securities transfers.
In the context of securities transfers, settlement is the exchange of securities between buyer and seller and the corresponding transfer of money between the two contractual parties.
Settlement is usually preceded by confirmations on, among other things, the date and method of exchange and payment.
Settlement is the act that discharges obligation in respect of funds or securities transfers between two or more parties.
An irrevocable action that relieves the employer of the primary responsibility for a pension obligation, thus eliminating associated risks.
Any action or agreement that resolves or concludes an uncertain or disputed obligation, often including the payment of an agreed cash amount.
The disposal of assets via a trust arrangement.
- Acceptance for settlement
- Back office
- Bilateral net settlement system
- Cash settlement
- Clearing system
- Continuous linked settlement
- Delivery versus payment system
- Designated-time net settlement system
- End-of-day gross settlement system
- Evaluated receipts settlement
- Final settlement
- Foreign exchange settlement risk
- Funds transfer system
- Gross settlement system
- Hybrid clearing and settlement systems
- International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
- Multilateral net settlement position
- Multilateral net settlement system
- Net settlement
- Payments and payment systems
- Pre-settlement risk
- Real-time gross settlement system
- Real-time transmission, processing or settlement
- Securities settlement system
- Segregation of duties
- Settlement account
- Settlement agent
- Settlement bank
- Settlement date
- Settlement finality
- Settlement institution
- Settlement lag
- Settlement netting
- Settlement risk
- Settlement system
- Settlement unwind
- TARGET Instant Payments Settlement
- Trans-European automated real-time gross settlement express transfer
- Trust deed