Note: Most people have no idea where to find theses resources. Global Resource Broker has provided a link to cross reference the ISIN in one place.
ISIN Numbers Can Be Cross Referenced On Multiple Websites. Use Online Resources
First You Should Check the ISIN on the The Clearstream Database. Go To On The Following Link To , http://www.globalresourcebroker.com/bank-instrument-search.html , click on the Clearstream banner.
Click The Accept Button At The Bottom Of The Page to accept the Clearstream terms and conditions.
Type the ISIN you want to check into the highlighted box then click search. If The ISIN is NOT Showing up That means that its not a valid ISIN number or it has not been issued yet.
Clearstream confirms details of the ISIN which identifies the origin, maturity date, coupon rate and the specifics about the instrument valuation. Next you want to check if its currently trading.
There are multiple ways to confirm if a MTN / Bond is currently trading. Search the ISIN on Google, also you can search the most common trade desk such as Boerse and Euroclear.
You can cross reference the ISIN on the most commonly used trade desk by clicking on this link below, http://www.globalresourcebroker.com/bank-instrument-search.html , and then select one of them.
To confirm if the instrument is currently trading, type the ISIN in the search box under price or ISIN. At the bottom of the page is the master data which includes important data about the MTN.
MTN data you will need to verify, current trade value, coupon rate, volume trading bank it originated from, origin and maturity date and lastly if its subordinated or Unsubordinated note.
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