The credit crisis has been hard not just on buyers and sellers of securities, but also those who safekeep financial assets and process transactions.
In the case of Clearstream International, one of the world's largest global securities depositories, the huge burst of market activity caused by the credit crisis in the fall of 2008 brought the potential for pricing errors even for the most liquid securities. Those pricing errors could have affected Clearstream's securities financing, credit and collateral management services.
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