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Centrální depozitář cenných papírů Praha, a.s. (Central Securities Depository, CSD) has signed an agreement on mutual membership and cooperation with Centrálny depozitár cenných papierov SR, a.s. (Slovak Central Securities Depository, CSD SR). Pursuant to the agreement signed on 23 June in Bratislava, both institutions will be technically connected in the course of several weeks, which will help in the future to streamline the process of securities trading in Prague and Bratislava.

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The Annual Report of the Central Securities Depository Prague for the year 2010 is available on the CSDP's web pages (ar10-en-CDCP.pdf). The Annual Report contains detailed information on company's operation during 2010.

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The Prague Stock Exchange, the POWER EXCHANGE CENTRAL EUROPE and the Central Securities Depository Prague are presenting their Fact Book for the year 2010.

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The Central Securities Depository Prague wishes you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2011.

Fortuna Entertainment Group NV, a company registered in the Netherlands became the first foreign share issue conducted entirely by the CSD Prague. The issue, with a Dutch ISIN (NL0009604859), was to be maintained in the Dutch central depository and the Czech central depository was meant to play the same role as in similar foreign emissions traded on the Prague Stock Exchange - register only the part of the issue held by Czech investors. However, it emerged during the preparations for Fortuna IPO that the Dutch depository was not capable of maintaining the issue for legislation-related reasons. In that moment, following a quick analysis, CSD Prague offered its services to the issuer. Fortuna Entertainment Group NV became the first foreign issue conducted entirely by the Central Securities Depository.

Further information may be found in here (PDF file).

The Central Securities Depository Prague (CSD Prague) today successfully completed the transfer of the records of dematerialized and immobilized securities from the Czech Securities Centre (Středisko cenných papírů, SCP). This marked the last step towards the commencement of the activities of the Central Depository, which will open for business on 7 July 2010.

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In connection with the notified technical break of Středisko cenných papírů (the Securities Centre), relating to the transfer of data files to Centrální depozitář cenných papírů (the Central Securities Depository), the settlement of securities trades filed by the Securities Centre will be suspended from 28 June to 2 July. The settlement will be renewed on 7 July, when all outstanding trades will be duly settled.

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The Central Depository Participation Agreement (with settlement) in English has been published ion the Central Securities Depository's web pages.

The English version of the Operating Manual has been published on the Central Securities Depository's web pages.

Based on the notice of the Czech National Bank from June 3rd, 2010, the Czech National Bank will not commence administrative procedure regarding the change in the Operating Regulations. The Operating Regulations are valid as of June 9th, 2010 and  become effective by the day when the Central Depository starts operating.