JPX Brings Tech Innovation to the Market, ‘Oligopoly' Concerns Remain

Tokyo skyline
This year's Tokyo Trading Architecture Summit was held at the Conrad hotel.

It took a while, but last summer the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and the Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) officially merged, forming Japan Exchange Group (JPX), which is now the third largest exchange in the world.

By expanding its listed companies and stock offerings, while looking to improve derivatives trading, the merger was meant to add liquidity and make it more competitive on a global scale. But a near-monopoly in the exchange landscape could portend a lack of competitiveness that would sap

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