Nasdaq looks to broaden distribution in China via Sina, then replicate the partnership in other Asia-Pacific markets.
Saxo Capital Markets Launches 'Essential' Offering in Singapore, with Further Asia Expansion to Follow
‘Essential’, which is targeted toward the retail space, was first launched in the UAE & UK. Saxo will launch SaxoTraderPRO in Asia for hedge funds in April.
After three years as president, Rod Giffen moves to China to lead the vendor's push into the region, while Ryan Moroney (pictured) rejoins the vendor to take over his role.
The certification—a requirement for vendors wanting to sell technology into China—is an important step in the low-latency switch vendor’s plans to further its expansion in Asia
The bank is able to use the same platform for multiple regulatory reporting requirements.
The deal provides worldwide distribution of CCT-BGC's data, while expanding Fenics' portfolio of international content.
Chinese investors will now have access to MOEX market data via local data providers.
Dalglish has spent more than 20 years in market and reference data and technology.
The Filipino bank seeks to enhance its trust and asset management operations.
Officials say the dataset will provide insight into consumer behavior in China, and into state policy.
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CIIS will provide sales, marketing, and technical support for MOEX market data in mainland China.
Icap and Wind expand an existing deal for Wind to distribute Icap data in mainland China.
The recently approved trading link is the second Stock Connect with Hong Kong, following Shanghai.
Singapore and Hong Kong may be vying to be Asia’s biggest financial technology hub, but John thinks it will be some time before they can compete with the West.
The new distributors will market Nasdaq's data to investors in Asia Pacific seeking exposure to US markets.
Officials say the indexes will help investors make better decisions when trading the Chinese currency.
The exchange and bank will share market information to encourage Chinese investors to trade on the Polish exchange, and to support the develop joint products in the future.
Collaboration to provide ‘one-stop-shop’ for Chinese quantitative derivatives trading, including market data.
Eight Mainland China-based data vendors currently partiipate in HKEx's program to expand access to its derivatives markets and data.
The analysis provider has begun providing its stock reports and newsletters in Chinese, in part via an agreement with online broker SogoTrade.
CSX handles about 0.5 percent of U.S. stock trading.
The Dutch firm provides solutions for regulatory reporting.
The Chinese market is heavily retail driven, but innovation in the peer-to peer lending sector is likely to influence the development of institutional banking and capital markets.