Israel: New T+1 settlement regime for equities



18 March 2012

the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) will implement a new T+1 settlement regime for equities as part of infrastructure improvements.


Equities currently settle in the local market on trade date (T+0). Typically, foreign investors arrange a T+2 settlement cycle with local brokers, this arrangement should not be impacted by the new regime.

For delivery versus payment transactions, cash currently settles on SD+1.

Impact on customers

Clearstream customers should not be affected by this new T+1 settlement cycle for equities in the domestic market.

Clearstream will update customers if there are any further developments.

Further information

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