IRESS Market Technology and Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), have today announced that they are working together to offer an integrated IRESS trading solution for VolumeMatch, ASX’s new large order execution service, by 31 January 2011.
London Stock Exchange Group Launches UnaVista Confirmations Portal - Eliminates Manual Processing Costs - Reduces Settlement Risks - Matches Any Data, In Any Asset Class - Helps Firms To Meet Future Regulatory Requirements
In its last meeting, on October 6, the Deliberative Board for the BM&FBOVESPA Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE) approved a change to the ISE portfolio’s term. It will now run from the first working day of January to the last working day of December every year. Previously the portfolio’s term extended from the first working day of December to the last working day of November the following year. The next, new life cycle for the portfolio will be from January 3, 2011 to December 30, 2011.
The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:NDAQ) has launched Genium INET, the world's fastest trading system, in its Nordic cash and fixed income derivatives markets. Genium INET is a comprehensive multi-asset trading and clearing system, capable of delivering record-breaking performance with sub-100 microseconds average latency. In addition to powering NASDAQ OMX's own markets, this technology will also be part of its commercial exchange technology offering, giving NASDAQ OMX customers access to the fastest and most robust trading system in the world.
Calypso Technology Inc., a global application software provider of an integrated trading, risk and processing platform to financial institutions and corporate treasuries, announced today that Tokyo Stock Exchange Group (TSE), Asia’s largest exchange, has selected Calypso Technology to provide the platform for its new credit default swap (CDS) clearing service to be provided by Japan Securities Clearing Corporation (JSCC). Clearing CDS on the iTraxx Japan Index, the Calypso product will manage the lifecycle of the new clearing service for OTC CDS, as the TSE and JSCC address the market need for central counterparty clearing in Japan.
ASX Limited (ASX) and Singapore Exchange (SGX) today announced that they have entered into a merger implementation agreement to combine to enable customers globally to capitalise on listing, trading, clearing and settlement opportunities created through the expanded platforms, leveraging on the importance of Asia Pacific as the driver of global growth.
Following the cooperation to bring American Depository Receipts (ADRs) on GlobalQuote, Singapore Exchange (SGX) and NASDAQ OMX (Nasdaq:NDAQ) today also announce plans to offer companies the opportunities for listing on both exchanges.
Singapore Exchange (“SGX”) continues to deepen its commitment and relationship with China through the signing of a Listing Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with the Financial Affairs Office (“FAO”) of the Jiangsu Government in China. This MOU would bring the partnership between Jiangsu Province and Singapore Exchange to its highest level, together with the earlier MOUs with Wuxi FAO and Suzhou Industrial Park.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) will be the first exchange in the world to clear over-the-counter (OTC) Indonesian Sub-Bituminous Coal Swap from 3 November 2010. The extension of SGX’s OTC clearing service to the Asian coal market offers traders and physical players an effective risk management tool to support its high growth potential.
Bombay Stock Exchange Limited: consolidated financial results for the period ended September 30, 2010