ICE CEO says his plan to expand geographically is driven by the problem of regulatory variations
The chief executive of the
IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) has said his plan to expand
geographically is driven by the problem of regulatory
variations across the worlds many trading centres,
writes Luke Jeffs.
Jeffrey Sprecher, who has bought
in the past six months Londons NYSE Liffe and the
Singapore Mercantile Exchange, told the FIA Futures Industry
conference he plans to extend ICEs reach further.
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