NYSE Technologies, the technology and data arm of NYSE Euronext, last week opened a “Liquidity Center” in Tokyo that provides access to local markets via the vendor’s SFTI network and Capital Markets Community Platform, offering low latency, reduced time to market and lower infrastructure costs. The facility is NYSE’s third Liquidity Center, after Mahwah, NY and Basildon, UK, with centers planned for Toronto and Brazil.
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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