Asia’s New Tigers: Exchanges Overhaul Aging Systems

Waters looks at major projects being rolled out in 2018 at exchanges in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.


Dealing with multiple exchanges is a necessity of modern trading, but in Asia-Pacific, it can be a minefield. There may be little, if any, commonality between exchanges, not to mention differing cultural practices and, in many cases, wildly varying levels of technical capability. Now, some of the largest exchanges are looking to change that, and revamp their technology across various aspects of the trade lifecycle.

Across the region, the largest exchanges have recognized that their once state

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