Exchange Newswire: CME Europe Will Terminate FX Market-Maker Scheme At End of March.
Brexit: EU lawmakers would limit Britain number of euro financial transactions unless it allows EU supervision of clearing houses.
CME appointed Jacob Frenkel as new member to its Competitive Markets Advisory Council.
CME Europe will terminate FX market-maker scheme at end of March.
SGX will use blockchain technology for fixed income trading and settlement. The Monetary Authority of Singapore wants to explore how applications of blockchain technology can be applied to payments and securities settlement and partnered with R3.
HKEX welcomed the Government’s appointment of Stephen Yiu Kin-wah and the reappointment of Anita Fung Yuen-mei, Rafael Gil-Tienda and Margaret Leung Ko May-yee to its Board of Directors.
NDAQ Dubai and Bourse de Tunis signed an MoU to explore collaboration possibilities, including initiatives regarding existing and future issuers and listings on the two exchanges; according to Zawya.
Indian Commodity Exchange (ICEX) to relaunch polished diamonds future trading during March.
Philippine SE (PSE) and Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP) signed an agreement to resume BAP’s 28.9% purchase negotiations in Philippine Dealing System (PDS). PSE owns 21% of PDS.
Nigerian SE plans to seek approval to proceed with process of becoming a publicly listed company, according to Reuters.
Equinix opened a new data center in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
SEBI is expediting an investigation in MCX insider trading case; the regulator has sent show cause notices to Jignesh Shah, key management personnel and employees of MCX and 63 Moons.