Euronext Dublin Tech Migration Delayed
A new date of 4 February 2019 has been set for the Dublin Migration Go-Live, pending regulatory approval. The Migration Guidelines related to the Dublin migration project have been updated accordingly. Euronext Dublin clients should prepare for T7 Release 7.0, scheduled for 3 December 2018.
Further to the Info-Flash of 20 July 2018, Euronext informs customers that the Go-Live date for the migration of Euronext Dublin trading onto Optiq® and related Euronext systems has been moved from 12 November 2018 to 4 February 2019, pending regulatory approval. T
The Migration Guidelines related to the Dublin migration project have been updated accordingly.
MIGRATION PLAN UPDATE
Euronext informs clients that the Dublin Migration Go-Live date has been moved from 12 November 2018 to 4 February 2019, pending regulatory approval. In order to allow customers to prepare for the T7 release in December 2018, and to fully secure the Dublin Migration, the Migration Plan has been revised and updated with the following major modifications:
■ The Dublin Migration Plan now includes two dress rehearsals, to be held on 15 December 2018 and 19 January 2019;
■ The Optiq® OEG conformance test periods, validation of MDG period and validation of OBOE service in Saturn period for members and ISVs have been extended and will now end on 13 December 2018. Clients are invited to begin testing as soon as possible, following the Migration Guidelines test plan.
EuroCCP was informed earlier today that the proposed go-live date for EuroCCP’s appointment as sole CCP for Euronext Dublin has been postponed to Monday 4 February 2019.
As previously advised, EuroCCP will be the sole CCP for Euronext Dublin and will clear shares, equity certificates and exchange traded funds traded on the Main Securities Market (XMSM), the Enterprise Securities Market (XESM) and the Atlantic Securities Market (XATL).
Subject to regulatory approval, EuroCCP will provide clearing services to Euronext Dublin from 4 February 2019
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