Hong kong exchanges and clearing (hkex)
A change of ownership and an evolving regulatory landscape have thrown up big challenges for the London Metal Exchange in its quest to clear its own trades. Trevor Spanner, the chief executive of LME Clear,...
SGX still the only Asian exchange with US regulatory approval
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?...
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