ICE in Asia: Jeff Sprecher in his own words

ICE chief explains why Singapore is key to Asia

11/2/10 2:57:38 PM Intercontinental Exchange President and CEO Jeff Sprecher photographed in Chicago, IL during an interview with Hal Weitzman © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2010

ICE on the cutting edge of Asia pivot

Singapore clearing house plan marks shift in emphasis

ICE set to name Schmeddes as Asia chief

US group prepares for regional expansion from Singapore

Hong Kong and Shanghai to link bourses

Cross-border equity connection a big step in China’s opening up

China opens big window to equity market

Link with Shanghai major victory for Hong Kong exchange

Singapore opens to big market-makers

Conditions designed to deter controversial types of HFT

Move to widen access to Chinese equities

Hong Kong, Shanghai and other exchanges seek trade agreement

Frankfurt becomes Europe’s first RMB payment hub

Deutsche Börse and Bank of China to develop infrastructure

London to host renminbi clearing bank

UK reinforces efforts to attract Chinese investment

Cotton origins picked for world futures contract

ICE to offer new contract based on cotton grown on five continents

Seplat plans IPOs in London and Lagos

Nigerian oil company marks the return of resource listings

Hong Kong watchdog beefs up monitoring

CEO says regulator cannot use ‘light touch in gatekeeping’

Banks review clearing house defaults

Banks caught out by rules in wake of errant HanMag algorithm

Australian start-up seeks Chinese listings

Country’s first exchange specifically targeting mainland groups

HK plans retail investor dark pool ban

Latest major jurisdiction to consider reforms

Deutsche Börse in talks for Singapore push

German exchange operator plans clearing house in city-state

Deutsche Börse in Asia push

Focus on spending projects aimed at long-term growth

Fidessa boosts Singapore presence

Technology providers keen to tap into southeast Asia trading

Fidessa seeks advantage from swaps reform

UK trading technology group looks to benefit from derivatives

Hang Seng: ton up?

Hong Kong index needs more stocks to be a better market mirror