Wednesday, 8th May 2019 – London – The International Securities Lending Association (ISLA), a leading industry trade association representing the common interests of securities lending and financing market participants across EMEA, is proud to announce the launch of its newly designed and rebranded website at www.isla.co.uk.
The upgrade features a streamlined and simplified design, with enhanced search capabilities and improved functionality making the new site easier for visitors to browse.
Andy Dyson, CEO is proud of the new site launch and what it represents for the securities lending market, including ISLA members, regulators, policymakers and all other industry stakeholders alike, saying “The new website clearly showcases, in a clean and easy-to-use way, the breadth and depth of our industry news and content. Fully supported by the ISLA Board, the desire to update the website has been part of a broader strategy of the Association, recognising the importance of effective communication of our growing legal, regulatory and advocacy work, notably to ISLA members”.
Sejal Amin, Head of Events, Marketing & Communications added, “I hope visitors to the new site will have a positive experience. We set out to achieve a number of goals, including the creation of a more accessible and user friendly interface, adding new and innovative design elements and functions, as well as making it the single platform for accessing all ISLA Events, including conferences, briefings and working group meetings. I want to to thank our members and partners who have provided invaluable feedback and ideas throughout this project”.
The International Securities Lending Association (ISLA) is a leading industry association, representing the common interests of securities lending and financing market participants across the globe. Its diverse membership of over 155 members includes institutional investors, asset managers, custodial banks, prime brokers and service providers.
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