This Week: ASIC/RBA, TSE, Schroders/SteelEye, HKEx, Talos, and more

A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news. 

News

ASIC and RBA Issue Expectations for ASX’s CHESS Replacement

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) have outlined their expectations of the Australian Securities Exchange’s (ASX) CHESS replacement project. 

The regulators said they expect ASX to replace CHESS as soon as possible. They also expect ASX to demonstrate the readiness of the replacement system and provide them with supporting independent assurances before migrating to it

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FCA declines to directly regulate market data prices

A year-long investigation by the UK regulator to determine whether competition is hindered in the wholesale data markets has concluded with its decision not to directly regulate much-maligned data pricing and licensing structures.

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