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WFE Focus April 2011

BM&FBOVESPA implements new trading system

BM&FBOVESPA is in the process of implementing in several stages its new trading platform, PUMA, developed by BM&FBOVESPA and CME Group. In the first stage, the changeover will concern derivatives and spot foreign exchange; in the second stage, it will concern Mega Bolsa (equities and equity derivatives); in the third stage, BOVESPA FIX (fixed-income corporate securities) and SISBEX (government securities).

BM&FBOVESPA chooses new market surveillance system

BM&FBOVESPA and Bovespa Market Supervision, the Brazilian self-regulatory organization in charge of inspecting and supervising the transactions and the persons authorized to trade, will use NASDAQ OMX’s SMARTS Integrity market surveillance platform to monitor trading across their equities and commodities platforms. It will provide BM&FBOVESPA and BSM with an automated solution for market surveillance, operations and market oversight, strengthening their current surveillance capabilities and providing them a scalable platform for long term growth.

Stock Exchange of Thailand improves internet trading technology

Settrade, the operator of Internet trading platforms for trading equities and derivatives of the Stock Exchange of Thailand Group, is planning to improve its Internet trading platform and expand more capacity by the end of this year in order to cope with increasing trading volume.

Tokyo Stock Exchange launches new trading systems

The Tokyo Stock Exchange will launch the “Next Tdex+ System” for futures and options trading and “3rd Generation ToSTNeT” for stock and CB trading on 21 November 2011. Together with the systems launch, partial revision of trading hours such as the extension of evening session for derivatives market will also take effect on 21 November 2011.

Tokyo Stock Exchange will provide new Arrownet services

The Tokyo Stock Exchange will begin providing new services in the first quarter of FY2012 related to Arrownet, which is the access network to its trading and market information systems. TSE will expand the bandwidth of connection lines, allowing it to properly respond to order concentration due to sharp market moves and increased market information with the provision of 1Gbps lines. Users will be able to take advantage of a more efficient network with consolidation of order-placement and market information lines via the broadband-line service. TSE will promote connections with a wide variety of institutions and is currently in discussions regarding a connection with the next-generation system of Japan Securities Depository Center. This achievement will allow users to utilize Arrownet to simultaneously connect to the systems of different institutions. TSE is also currently engaged in active discussions with NYSE Euronext regarding a mutual connection with the SFTI network.

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