Tokyo Exchange Foresees Bigger Role

The Tokyo Stock Exchange can see a future where clearing platform for over-the-counter derivatives could become the central clearinghouse for Asia.

  • 19 Jun 2009

--Daniel Flatt

 
The Tokyo Stock Exchange can see a future where its clearing platform for over-the-counter derivatives could become the central clearinghouse for Asia. The Japanese CCP is slated to become operational in the first half of next year.

Takeshi Hirano, head of strategic planning, ...

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