Stock Connect has the potential to stretch beyond equities to derivatives, bonds and commodities in the near future, according to a number of industry experts.
Atsushi Saito, the 75-year old chief executive of the Japan Exchange, will retire in June, along with the bourse’s chief operating officer Michio Yoneda.
Warsaw Stock Exchange Group saw profits increase by more than 14% in 2014 after achieving a record high in revenues, driven by activity on its commodities market.
The Investment Association will launch its long-awaited discussion paper on transaction cost best practice in ‘the coming weeks’, the trade body’s chief executive said today.
Nasdaq OMX Group blamed unfavourable foreign exchange rate movements for impacting net revenues in three of its four major business lines in the fourth quarter of 2014, compared to a year earlier.
Deutsche Bank has declared a 19.5% rise in net revenue from its Corporate Banking & Securities business for the fourth quarter of 2014, up from €2.5 billion to just under €3 billion compared to 2013.
Bank of America’s Global Markets division saw sales and trading income fall by a fifth in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to results today, excluding accounting adjustments.
Citi’s head of EMEA execution sales (electronic trading) has left the group after five and a half years, The TRADE understands.
Average daily trading volumes in the financials product line at the Intercontinental Exchange group fell 21% in 2014, compared to the previous year, the company confirmed today.
The European Securities and Markets Authority has published its consultation on draft regulatory technical standards for the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II.