The CCMA uses different ways to communicate details of efforts to reduce the standard securities settlement from T+2 to T+1. One is announcements; another – CCMA-, or CCMA-partner co-authored, articles, and a third is the CCMA’s bimonthly newsletter, Time to Talk T+1. We also include select material of particular relevance created by other parties. To be added to our publications list to receive any CCMA announcement or newsletter, please e-mail us.

The CCMA also publishes announcements and articles, sometimes written with or for other partner associations, which also can be found below.

CCMA Announcements

CCMA Newsletters and Bulletins

CCMA & Partner Articles

  • 29 mai 2023 : Article CASLA/CCMA – Mise à jour – Les prêts sur titres dans un monde T+1
  • May 2, 2023:  CASLA/CCMA Article – Securities Lending Moving to T+1 in Canada
  • April 25, 2023: ACPM/CCMA Article – It Takes Three to (do the T+1 settlement) Tango
  • 25 avril 2023 :  ACPM/CCMA Article – Il faut être trois pour (passer au règlement T+1) danser le tango
  • November 1, 2022: ACPM/CCMA ArticleAnd then there was 1… T+1, The Observer, Association of Canadian Pension Management (ACPM)
  • 1 novembre 2022 : ACPM/CCMA Article – « Et T+1 fut! », L’Observateur, l’Association canadienne des administrateurs de régimes de retraite (ACARR)

Other T+1-related Newsletters and Articles

  • September 12, 2022:  The best solution to the complex transition may be flexibility, Investment Executive, Paul Bourque, IFIC
  • September 2022:  T+1 Settlement Efforts:  Canadian Outlook and Considerations (CIBC Mellon)
  • December 20, 2021:  Op Ed – IIAC and Members Working with CCMA towards T+1 (Investment Executive)
  • November 9, 2021: Article – Implications for T+1 in Europe (DTCC summary of panel discussion at Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) European Post-Trade conference)
  • October 2021:  Article – Update on T+1 Settlement Efforts in the U.S.: Canadian Outlook and Considerations (CIBCMellon)
  • August 17, 2021:  Article – U.S industry plots move to T+1; Canada is also considering a move to the shorter settlement cycle
  • June 21, 2021:  Bulletin – Canada’s Transition to T+1 (CDS)
  • April 30, 2021:  Article – Contemplating T+1 for Canada – As the U.S. industry considers shorter settlement, the CCMA ponders it too

T+2 Publications (2015-2018)