Qantex joins SGX as derivs member

Qantex Capital Markets, a Hong Kong-based interdealer broker, has joined Singapore Exchange (SGX) as a derivatives trading member.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 22 Nov 2017

SGX's derivatives market now has 59 trading members, as well as 23 clearing members. 

The CEO of Qantex Capital, Simon Harman, said he was “honoured” to join the exchange.  

“SGX plays a key role in the development of the derivatives markets both globally and within Asia, and ...

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