IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) completed its transaction with ULLINK for the combined sale of NYFIX and Metabit, both units of NYSE Technologies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
London Metals Exchange launched LME Clear, its new clearinghouse, for which Cinnober Financial Technology is providing the core technology for real-time, multi-asset clearing and risk management to the exchange.
BATS Chi-X Europe will launch a trade reporting service for exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in order to make the market more orderly and transparent, the FT reported.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange will start clearing swaptions contracts as soon as November 3, pending CFTC approval, Risk.net reported.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission provided time-limited no-action relief concerning swap execution facility (SEF) access for block trade execution, Hedgeweek reported. The relief will be granted until 15 December 2015, 12:00 am EST.
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) aims to defy European consensus on the regulation of FX derivatives until the European Commission forces it to abandon its stand in 2017.
ICE has been asked by CFTC to solicit participants’ responses to an IOSCO survey on the effect of warehousing on commodity prices, the WSJ reported.
Chi-X Japan launched Chi-Match Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) Cross, a service which offers participants a broker neutral morning, afternoon and full-day cross. Chi-X Japan trading participants access Chi-Match through existing connectivity.
NDAQ Dubai: Agricultural Bank of China listed a one billion renminbi bond on the Dubai-based exchange.
Options Clearing Corporation CEO Michael Cahill will retire from the company after 32 years of service at the clearinghouse, Reuters reported.