GLOBAL EXCHANGES ENJOY BUMPER YEAR. A surge in trading and strong demand for information services drove global exchange revenues to
CME Group buys Michael Spencer’s Nex for £3.9bn. CME Group, the world’s largest futures exchange, has agreed to buy Michael
A SENSE OF DÉJÀ VU. The latest round of exchange mergers took place in 2016 but politics may scupper the
CONSIDERING THE OPTIONS. John O’Hara, Global Head FXPB & FX Clearing, Prime Services, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Bank considers
LINES IN THE SAND. Mary Bogan explains the hurdles the US and Europe have to overcome to reach equivalency in
IS HOUNSLOW HOUND A LONE WOLF? It is no secret that high frequency traders are an ongoing source of discussion.
End of an era The year has barely begun and we are already witnessing the end of an era –
THE INTEROPERABILITY DEBATE RAGES ON CLEARING. Mary Bogan assesses whether central clearing will be dominated by a few large players
MAKING ITS MARK. William Knottenbelt, senior managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa at CME outlines the European gameplan.