Participant Notices

Dowgate MTF publishes Participant Notices to Participants via our website and, if a material amendment, by email. Below is complete list of all previously sent notices. If you would like to be added to the e-mail list for notifications of material amendments, please e-mail mailto:compliance@kasl.co.uk with the subject: Participant Notices Distribution List.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2019_03
Date: 16 October 2019
Subject:

This Participant Notice details a number of minor changes to the Dowgate MTF Rulebook which will be effective as of Wednesday 16 October 2019.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2019_02
Date: 11 March 2019
Subject:

This Participant Notice details changes to the Dowgate Euro Fee Schedule which will be effective as of Monday 11 March 2019.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2019_01
Date: 11 March 2019
Subject:

This Participant Notice details changes to the Dowgate Gilts and Dowgate Sterling Swaps Fee Schedules which will be effective as of Monday 11 March 2019. These include reductions of some execution fees and the extension of the discount scheme to additional instruments.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2018_03
Date: 01 November 2018
Subject:

This Participant Notice details a number of changes to the Dowgate Gilts and Dowgate Sterling Swaps Fee Schedules which will be effective as of Thursday 01 November 2018. These include simplification of fee structures, reductions of some execution fees and the introduction of a discount scheme for the two desks.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2018_02
Date: 25 June 2018
Subject:

This Participant Notice details a few minor changes to the Dowgate MTF Rulebook which will be effective as of Monday 25 June 2018. The changes clarify the eligibility criteria and ease certain responsibilities on Participants.

Notice Reference: Participant Notice 2018_01
Date: 16 April 2018
Subject:

This Participant Notice details a number of minor changes to the Dowgate MTF Rulebook which will be effective as of Monday 16 April 2018. The changes provide additional clarification in the definitions, amend the name of the settlement counterparty to reflect a name change, clarify the eligibility criteria and update URLs referred to in the Rulebook.