Wei-Shen Wong investigates business continuity procedures in a region especially prone to natural disasters.
The exchange hopes its investment will yield greater insight and analytical capabilities.
First investment in fintech firm from Japan Exchange Group is in London-based risk analytics vendor.
When TOCOM moves its trading engine, Colt will be able to provide client access via multiple datacenters and its PrizmNet global financial extranet.
Exchange's market data businesses continued to deliver solid revenue increases, in spite of overall exchange revenues.
The network provider is adding content from the Osaka, Nagoya and Hong Kong exchanges to the data carried over its MarketPrizm infrastructure.
Data continues to fuel exchanges' revenue growth.
JPX to leverage risk monitoring solution across its markets.
Nomura Securities, SBI Securities and Mitsubishi UFJ are among the firms that will also assist the project.
Cinnober to deliver real-time listed derivatives clearing through TRADExpress RealTime Clearing solution to Japan Exchange.
The vendor is one of several providers assisting JPX trading members to migrate to the exchange's new co-location site.
The move to a single co-location site is part of the exchange group's ongoing integration of Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange assets.
The expanded offering will provide improved capabilities for firms accessing the Japan Exchange and other exchanges.
Japanese broker implements Execution Bricks for high performance connectivity to JPX.
The exchange is introducing new policies for those that connect to its data directly.
The index will leverage methodologies created by the Chicago Board Options Exchange for its VIX index.
JPX joins the Singapore, Australian and Malaysian exchanges on the BT Radianz network.
Exchanges across the Asia-Pacific region reported results, including revenues from market data.
Clients will have access to J-Gate, arrowhead and ToSTNet.
With such an emphasis on customer service, Japan could be a perfect breeding ground for managed services.
Japan Exchange Group will add full-depth derivatives data to its historical cloud service.
Acquisitions made up for some shortfalls in exchange revenues
The new cloud service will provide historical equities data from the Tokyo and Osaka Exchanges.
The exchanges hope to reduce cost, latency for market access.