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  • Push Technology Partners With Innova Solutions - Push Technology’s Diffusion® To Be Deployed At Financial Services And Healthcare Organizations Where Kafka Usage Is High

    Date 17/09/2020

    Push Technology, the pioneer and leader in real-time data streaming and messaging solutions, today announced a partnership with Innova Solutions, an ACS Solutions company, specializing in global information technology services. Innova Solutions provides a wide range of digital transformation services for their clients including: data lifecycle services such as analytics and Robotic Process Automation (RPA); real-time application development, and cloud enablement and migration. 

  • Moscow Exchange: More Than Half A Million Russian Residents Invest In ETFs

    Date 17/09/2020

    On 17 September 2020, MOEX celebrates the two-year anniversary of trading in Russian-law ETFs.

  • BidFX Releases Flagship FX Desktop Trading Application On OpenFin

    Date 17/09/2020

    BidFX, the leading cloud-based provider of electronic foreign exchange trading solutions, today announced a significant addition to its product range delivered via OpenFin, the operating system (OS) of finance. 

  • Vienna Stock Exchange: International Segment Global Market With Over 40 New European Blue Chips

    Date 17/09/2020

    As of today, the Vienna Stock Exchange's international segment global market is expanding by 42 European shares. Fans of international stocks will find companies from a wide range of sectors such as the multi-country stock exchange Euronext (which operates the stock exchanges in Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, Oslo and Paris), the German biotech CureVac (currently developing a Covid-19 vaccine), the French luxury goods manufacturer Christian Dior as well as the global expert in the water and waste sector Suez. In total, the global market now offers a selection of 717 securities from 26 countries. Both private and institutional investors respond positively to the offer. Sales have increased by half over the course of 2020 (01-08 2020: EUR 2.12 bn; 01-08 2019: EUR 1.43 bn). The most actively traded stock on the global market at the end of August 2020 is the Austrian ams (primary listing in Switzerland) with EUR 101.7 m, followed by Tesla (EUR 76.3 m) and Arcelormittal (EUR 50.6 m). 

  • Major Financial Institutions Increase Trading Technology Performance - Deploying Latest Low-Latency FIX Engine From Chronicle Software

    Date 17/09/2020

    Two tier-one capital markets organisations have upgraded their trading platform performance, choosing the latest trading software provided by Chronicle Software (Chronicle), a specialist provider of low-latency technology solutions for the financial services industry.

  • CCP12 Welcomes Saudi Arabia's Securities Clearing Center Company (Muqassa) As Primary Member

    Date 17/09/2020

    CCP12 - The Global Association of Central Counterparties – welcomes Securities Clearing Center Company (Muqassa) as Primary Member.

  • AIX Launches Public Marketplace In The Cloud - AIX Taps AWS For Hosting The Nasdaq Matching Engine Powering Its Exchange

    Date 17/09/2020

    Astana International Exchange (“AIX”, “Exchange”) today announced that it has successfully gone live with Nasdaq’s matching engine deployed in Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) cloud. This transition enables AIX to enhance the performance of its trading services while delivering agility and scalability to its investor community. The technology upgrade provides AIX with standardized and unified operations, messaging and data infrastructure, which gives AIX flexibility to launch new products and services faster and more cost-efficiently for its securities market.

  • ASIC Notes Reporting Changes

    Date 17/09/2020

    ASIC notes the decisions by the following companies:

    • Nitro Software Limited – The decision to reduce both its contract assets and deferred revenue balances relating to client software subscriptions by $14.7 million in its financial report for the half-year ended 30 June 2020. ASIC had raised concerns on the recognition of the equal and offsetting contract assets and deferred revenue from the inception of multi-year subscription contracts at 31 December 2019.
    • Kresta Holdings Limited – The decision to reduce the gain recognised on a sale and leaseback transaction by $997,000 in its financial report for the half-year ended 30 June 2020. ASIC had raised concerns on the amount of the gain on the sale and leaseback of a property under a new standard on lease accounting in the financial report for the year ended 31 December 2019.
    • Elixinol Global Limited – The decision to impair goodwill, inventories and other assets by $60 million in its financial report for the half-year ended 30 June 2020. ASIC had raised concerns about the reasonableness and supportability of free cash flow forecasts used in assessing goodwill for impairment at 31 December 2019 having regard to historical performance and market conditions. 
    • LawFinance Limited – The decisions to reclassify $41.6 million of liabilities from non-current to current and to restate comparative information to recognise $19.6 million of fair value gains on liabilities in the following period in its financial report for the half-year ended 30 June 2020. ASIC had raised concerns on the classification of liabilities and recognition of fair value gains on liabilities in the financial report for the year ended 31 December 2019.

  • Statement On Commission Action To Enhance Investor Protections In The OTC Market, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton, Sept. 16, 2020

    Date 16/09/2020

    Technology has driven many efficiencies in our markets.  Technology can also enhance investor protection.  Today, we recognize that, as a result of technological change, information can and should be made available to over-the-counter (“OTC”) market investors in a more timely manner. 

  • CFTC Charges 4 Florida Men, 1 New Jersey Man, And Their Companies In $4.75 Million Forex Ponzi Scheme - CFTC Secures Federal Court Ruling Freezing Assets

    Date 16/09/2020

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission today announced the filing of a civil enforcement action in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida against 10 defendants in a multi-level $4.75 million off-exchange foreign currency (forex) Ponzi scheme.