LME believes it is a key candidate due to its ring and electronic auction models
The chief executive of the London Metals
Exchange (LME) has said it is an ideal candidate to take over
the reins of overseeing the London silver fix benchmark.
Speaking at a product briefing Garry
Jones, CEO of LME, said the exchange can provide either an open
outcry ring model or an electronic venue to sufficiently
oversee the benchmark.
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