The Japanese commodities exchange will use the same tech as OSE from 2016
The Osaka Securities Exchange is seeking closer ties with
the Tokyo Commodity Exchange as the Japanese group draws up
plans to expand its asset class coverage, the head of the
exchange has said.
Hiromi Yamaji, president and chief executive of the Osaka
Securities Exchange, told FOW a deal to license the
OSE’s new technology platform to Tocom from 2016
is the start of a collaboration between the exchanges.
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