ASX plans to release the CHESS replacement in 2021 and the hope is to cut into Swift settlements.
From the data battle between the SGX and India to the ASX green-lighting its clearing blockchain project, Wei-Shen Wong looks back on topics that made headlines this past year.
Waters looks at major projects being rolled out in 2018 at exchanges in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Exchange names Deutsche Bank veteran to lead role.
The new platform will go live in early 2017, introducing key technical changes.
TT platform was launched in the Australian Liquidity Centre and will be accessible through ASX’s network
ASX is using Metamako's MetaMux switch appliance to monitor timestamping and time synchronization of data across its new trading platform.
Move allows G.H. Financials to continue to grow as non-bank FCMs.
Distributed ledger technology vendor partners with ASX.
The deal covers CQG's trading platform and mobile app
New data link is intended to promote more trading between the two market centers.
Equities and derivatives feeds will utilize common APIs after migration to Cinnober's TradExpress platform
Detects and pinpoint the emergence of latency issues causing trading delays.
ASX hopes to reduce cost and time to market with the platform.
UBS has expanded its use of trading technology provider Orc's Electronic Execution direct market access service, to connect to the Australian Stock Exchange and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for derivatives market data and trading access.
Co-lo presence will allow US firms to connect directly to ASX data.
Exchange Projects 80% Productivity Improvement
Market data and ticker plant provider Activ Financial has established a point of presence in the Australian Securities Exchange’s (ASX) Australian Liquidity Center (ALC) co-location facility in Sydney, to provide local and international firms with…
The Australian Securities Exchange has set up a point of presence for its ASX Net Global connectivity network at European datacenter provider Interxion's facility in the City of London, to provide UK and European trading firms with cross-connect access…
Australia is about as far as you can get from the financial centers of New York, Chicago and London. But that isn’t stopping Antipodean entrepreneurs from setting their sights further afield.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) has launched a low-latency network through BT Radianz to improve global connectivity to its trading platforms.
IMD's Vicki Chan recaps the year's biggest exchange-led market data trends.
The new futures feed will provide data to trading firms based primarily in Chicago who want access to the Australian derivatives market