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Highlights from Day Two of the 39th Annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla.
Swinburne calls for more compromise from U.S. on cross-border regulations: U.S. regulators need to do a better job of compromising as they continue the march to implementing global derivatives reforms, according to Kay Swinburne, a member of the European Parliament. “I’m not sure that the U.S.[…] Continue Reading »
The next-generation trading platform from Chicago-based Trading Technologies International Inc. will leverage both co-located servers and the cloud to provide unprecedented computing power and flexibility. The company’s Nextrader platform, unveiled Wednesday at the 39th Annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla., will be available in the latter half of this year. Nextrader represents a faster and more scalable option for users of TT’s X_TRADER platform.[…] Continue Reading »
Singapore Exchange is poised to bring on new Asian currency futures this year as the exchange plans to expand its Asian FX suite to include renminbi, yen and baht. The new offerings, if approved, are slated to go live in the third quarter, SGX announced Tuesday during the 39th Annual International Futures Industry Conference. The latest announced expansion comes only four months after SGX launched its FX futures contracts business, which has seen more than $1 billion in notional value traded since its inception.[…] Continue Reading »
As the clock ticks down on his time as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Gary Gensler took time Tuesday to highlight some of the achievements at the CFTC during his time at the helm. Speaking at CME Group’s annual Global Financial Leadership Conference, Gensler shared details on how the CFTC’s efforts in implementing the Dodd-Frank Act have helped increase transparency in the swaps market.[…] Continue Reading »
Singapore Exchange and Korea Exchange have decided to collaborate in an effort to develop over-the-counter financial derivatives clearing capabilities. SGX, which has been clearing OTC financial derivatives since late 2010, has cleared close to $300 billion notional of OTC financial derivatives including interest rate swaps and non-deliverable Asian foreign exchange forwards. Meanwhile, KRX plans to begin clearing OTC derivatives in the middle of 2013 as part of an effort to attract a more global client base.[…] Continue Reading »