In cancelling fee waivers for products, including some
Taiwan and Japanese index contracts, and increasing data fees,
Singapore Exchange (SGX) has raised concerns from members that
it might lose traction in some of its more competitive
One SGX market user at a large derivatives firm told FO
Week he was concerned that removing options fee waivers
and instigating futures clearing fees, at a time when the
exchange is competing fiercely with other exchanges including
Taiwan Futures Exchange (TFX) and Osaka Securities Exchange
(OSE), could mean SGX would lose some market share in its
Nikkei and MSCI Taiwan index products.
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