Even dark pools have not escaped the regulatory spotlight – and financial supervisors in the EU and elsewhere are now facing up to the question of whether they provide value to the market as a whole,...
Securities and Futures Commission move puts Hong Kong at odds with other Asian regulators
Decline in broker-dealer dark pool volumes after Asic introduces requirements for price improvement
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Recent high-profile outages on Asian exchanges have raised questions over the robustness of the region’s trading infrastructure. Is the solution greater competition or an increased spend on technology?
Asic less concerned with high-frequency trading but is clamping down on dark pool operators
The dark pool sector in Singapore was killed off by onerous regulations. As the SFC later looks to step up its oversight of the activity, the question is whether the Asian market will match its European and North American peers in terms of penetration...
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive creates a new type of trading venue for the execution of over-the-counter derivatives and, as things stand, dealers’ existing platforms do not qualify. Joe Rennison analyses the potential for a reprieve...
Liquidnet founder, Seth Merrin, believes Asian exchanges should think ‘bigger picture’ by focusing on reclaiming liquidity from institutional order flows by linking up with dark pools
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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Australia, 12th - 13th Aug 2014
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