The Short-Term Bond System (hereinafter only the "SKD"), operated by the Czech National Bank (hereinafter only the "CNB") is a system which is the central record (register) of securities and a settlement system for transactions in the securities that are kept in this record. In the SKD, records are kept of and transactions are settled in securities issued by the Czech Republic (i.e. by the Ministry of Finance of the CR) with maturities of up to one year, short-term securities issued by the CNB and other bonds with maturities of up to one year. All the securities are issued in the Czech currency and in book-entry form.
- SKD description
- Rules of the SKD
- Short-term Bond System in accordance with the Principles for Financial Market Infrastructure in accordance with Key Considerations
- Business continuity plan