MTF expects its APAC volumes to grow threefold by the end of 2015
Trading platform LMAX Exchange said it is
looking to establish a presence in the US next year after
securing approval to start trading in Hong Kong, its first
office outside the UK.
The London-based firm said on Tuesday it
has secured regulatory approval from Hong Kong's Securities and
Futures Commission (SFC) to launch LMAX Hong Kong Limited, a
licensed broker for foreign exchange trading.
David Mercer, the chief executive of LMAX,
said Asia is the firm's medium term focus but he is already
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