Deutsche Börse implements new market surveillance system
Deutsche Börse and Cinnober have sign a licensing agreement that foresees the implementation of Cinnober’s state-of-the-art market surveillance technology at both Deutsche Börse cash market Xetra and derivatives market Eurex. The technology, called Scila Surveillance, will replace Deutsche Börse’s in-house solution. By incorporating Scila into the two exchanges, Deutsche Börse will be able to monitor trading in batch and real-time mode simultaneously and thus further ensure market integrity and safety.
Johannesburg Stock Exchange will launch new trading platform
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange has recently concluded a licensing agreement with technology solutions provider MillenniumIT to move its equity market trading activity onto Millennium Exchange. The migration is planned for the first half of 2012. It is expected that JSE members will benefit from executing transactions almost 400 times faster than the present trading solution. The agreement will also see the JSE’s trading system relocated from London to Johannesburg, enhancing operational efficiencies and ensuring trading optimization for market participants.
Osaka Securities Exchange has launched its new derivatives trading system
On 14 February 2011, the Osaka Securities Exchange successfully launched its new derivatives trading system, “J-GATE”, compliant with international standards and equipped with new trading functions and the world’s highest order processing capacity. The system is powered by NASDAQ OMX trading technology.
RTS Standard and FORTS trading platforms end migration to new trading system
As of 1 February 2011, the migration of the RTS Standard and FORTS derivatives market trading platforms to the Plaza II protocol will be finalized. The new platform offers improved overall efficiency and speed up processing of transactions.
Singapore Exchange will launch its new trading system, SGX Reach
The Singapore Exchange will launch SGX Reach, its new, ultra-low latency and fast trading engine, on 15 August 2011. The combination of Reach and SGX’s upcoming co-location and hub offerings will increase market liquidity and velocity, thereby better supporting the needs of listed companies and investors. Reach’s new features will give investors more ways to have their orders executed. Its enlarged capacity will also offer opportunities for more brokers to join the securities market.