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  • Nigerian Stock Exchange’s Bold Step To Global Exposure

    Date 02/09/2015

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“NSE” or “The Exchange”) took a bold step towards realizing its crucial role of supporting economic growth by way of providing an efficient and sustainable capital market on Tuesday with the launch of its Premium Board.

  • CME Group Volume Averaged 16.3 Million Contracts Per Day In August 2015, Up 25 Percent From August 2014

    Date 02/09/2015

    • Equity index average daily volume increased 61 percent
    • Energy average daily volume rose 46 percent, as WTI futures and options reached record 1.8 million contracts on August 31
    • Eurodollar options average daily volume increased 39 percent, driven by 124 percent growth in options traded electronically
    • Metals average daily volume increased 36 percent
    • Foreign exchange (FX) average daily volume rose 33 percent
    • Agricultural commodities average daily volume rose 25 percent

  • Bursa Malaysia Securities Reprimands, Fines And Suspends Amran Amir Bin Ismet Amir Mohd Idris For Misconducts/Violation Of Rules

    Date 02/09/2015

    Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (635998-W) (Bursa Malaysia Securities) has publicly reprimanded, imposed a fine of RM31,000 and suspended/ restricted (as the case may be) Amran Amir bin Ismet Amir Mohd Idris (Amran) for 6 months as/ from being a Registered Person of Bursa Malaysia Securities, for misconducts/breaches relating to account opening and unauthorised trades in a client’s account (Client A). In addition, Amran was required to undergo training on conduct or professionalism of Dealer’s Representatives (DRs)/market offences (Mandatory Training).

  • Tokyo Financial Exchange: Release Of The “Principles For Financial Market Infrastructures Disclosure (English Version)”

    Date 02/09/2015

    Following the release of “Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures Disclosure” on July 8, 2015, describing TFX's compliance with the Principles for Financial Market Infrastructure (“PFMI”), based on the “Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures: Disclosure Framework and Assessment Methodology” published by CPMI-IOSCO. (*1), TFX has released its English translation on September 2, 2015.

  • DGCX Records Highest Volumes In 2015 With 1.5 Million Contracts In August - Heightened Market Volatility Boosts Trading On The Exchange

    Date 02/09/2015

    • Highest average monthly Open Interest recordedwith91,797 contracts, growing 17% from previous high
    • August volumes up 35% month-on-month and 67% year-on-year
    • Year-to-date volumes grew by 18%

  • HKFE Announces Revised Margins For China Life Insurance Futures

    Date 02/09/2015

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), has announced that with effect from the commencement of trading on Monday, 7 September 2015, the minimum margins to be collected by an Exchange Participant from its clients in respect of their dealings in the following futures contract will be as outlined in the table below.  The adjustments are based on the clearing company’s normal procedures and standard margining methodology.

  • Responsible Finance Institute Highlights Universal Value Proposition Of Islamic Finance For Leading Role In The Broader Responsible Finance Industry

    Date 02/09/2015

    • Responsible finance has grown across the developed markets but its growth in emerging markets where Islamic finance is concentrated has lagged 
    • Islamic finance can benefit from cooperation with other areas of responsible finance through greater integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) into Islamic financing activities recognising their close fit with the principles of Shari’ah 
    • The Responsible Finance Institute highlights the universal value proposition of Islamic finance and offers a unique way for Islamic financial institutions to provide leadership for the development of the global responsible finance industry 

  • Taiwan Stock Exchange IPO Applications Soar In The First Half Year

    Date 02/09/2015

    In order to increase the market size and enhance international competitiveness, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has adopted an open policy to attract more foreign enterprises for primary listings (F share) since 2008. In doing so, TWSE had been to the Mainland, Singapore and Vietnam to promote the advantages of listing in Taiwan. Now, our efforts have been paid off with more and more offshore Taiwanese, Chinese and overseas enterprises choosing Taiwan for fundraising. So far, 5 foreign companies have been listed on TWSE and more foreign listings float shares in last half year.

  • Cashfac Partners With NashTech In Vietnam - Outsourced Development And Test Partnership To Provide Scalability And Support Cashfac’s Growth And Expanding Product Suite

    Date 02/09/2015

    Cashfac Technologies, the market leader in Bank-to-Corporate Cash Management solutions, today announced a partnership agreement with NashTech’s IT outsourced development and test operations. NashTech will provide offshore development and test resources for a number of Cashfac’s non-core capabilities from their base in Vietnam. The NashTech resourcing complements Cashfac’s UK based development team and is supporting the expansion of Cashfac’s cash management solutions. NashTech is a division of global IT outsourcing and professional recruitment company Harvey Nash Group.

  • Future Super And Thomson Reuters Launch Australia’s First Fossil Fuel Free And Sustainability Leaders Indices - New Indices Offers Responsible Investors Greater Transparency And Access To ASX-Listed Companies Deemed Fossil-Fuel Free And Ethical

    Date 02/09/2015

    Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, and Future Super, Australia’s first fossil fuel-free superannuation fund, today announced the launch of two ‘first-of-a-kind’ indices, the ‘Thomson Reuters/Future Super Australia Fossil Free Index’ and ‘Thomson Reuters/Future Super Australia Sustainable Leaders Index’. For the first time in Australia, investors can gain improved access and investment transparency to companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) considered to be fossil-fuel free and superior in environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices.