Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange: Launching the Allopatric Disaster Recovery Center Construction Project

Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange: Launching the Allopatric Disaster Recovery Center Construction Project

01/09/2011

Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange to hold the signing ceremony of Cooperative Framework Agreement on Allopatric Disaster Recovery Center Construction in Shenzhen

On August 30, Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange held the formal signing ceremony of Cooperative Framework Agreement on Allopatric Disaster Recovery Center Construction in Shenzhen. Before that, Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange had completed the city-wide disaster recovery construction of core trading system in 2004 and 2009, and accumulated rich management experiences on the maintenance and operation of the main and backup systems in the subsequent practices. As the operation and management of the city-wide disaster recovery systems of both parties become increasing perfect, both the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange begin to consider the construction issue of the allopatric disaster recovery system and finally agree to establish remote disaster recovery centers in the places of the other side after many times of mutual investigation and evaluation.

This signing ceremony aims to launch the allopatric disaster recovery center construction works of both parties, effectively implement the relevant regulations of Circular on Enhancing the Information System Backup Ability Building of Security and Futures Exchange and Other Related Core Institutions issued by CSRC, and steadily improve and enhance the stability and reliability of the information systems of both parties. More than 30 persons, including Zhang Fan, the manager of Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange, Dai Wenhua, the vice manager of Shenzhen Stock Exchange, other leaders of both parties, and the leaders and the technical experts of related settlement and communication units, attended the signing ceremony.