Taifex to launch risk management tools to support proposed link
Yen and dollar funding discrepancies hit Nikkei options market
Osaka and Tokyo exchanges set to merge derivative platforms in March
Competition among exchanges in Japan is necessary to prevent systems outages such as those in the Osaka Securities Exchange earlier this month
LCH.Clearnet's re-launched CDS clearing service adopts a loss-sharing mechanism - in line with a "last gasp of breath" approach outlined in an Isda letter to the Bank of England
A decision to limit the scope of Japan's clearing mandate has torpedoed months of partnership talks between LCH.Clearnet and the Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
Joint venture between Singapore Exchange and Chi-X Global expects to announce four new members in the next two months
RBS offers German investors exposure to Japanese construction sector
Automated trading not to blame for higher equity volatility during the crisis, says senior quant
Asian exchanges have undergone a radical transformation during the past decade as systems were overhauled, new derivatives instruments traded and new ventures formed. Yet perhaps their biggest challenge awaits them. Jill Wong reports
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) is courting domestic financial institutions to become clearing members of its proposed central counterparty (CCP), which it is developing alongside its 86.3%-owned clearing arm, Japan Securities Clearing Corp (JSCC).
Risk mitigation systems for over-the-counter derivatives set to go live in 2010
The Tokyo Stock Exchange suspended trading of its Topix Index futures for 15 minutes on Wednesday morning, to slow down the panic selling of stocks after the previous night’s sell-off in New York.
Frankfurt-based Deutsche Börse Group, which owns 50% of Eurex, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Korea Exchange.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) are hoping to finalise a tie-up by the end of this month.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) has agreed to license Topix-related indexes to the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) to create derivatives and exchange-traded fund products.
Mizuho Securities is demanding ¥40.4 billion ($347 million) from the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) to compensate it for a trading error that it was unable to cancel on time.