How has tech evolved to support Asian derivatives trading, risk management?
By Christopher Fix, Managing
Director and Head of Asia Pacific, CME Group
In Asia, a fundamental and structural economic
rebalancing has gradually been occurring over the last couple
of decades. The "epicenter" of global economic
growth and activity has shifted from the Western developed
nations to the Eastern economies. Accelerated growth
experienced by emerging markets has resulted in an
international re-allocation of resources from the developed to
the emerging market economies. Financial markets are
helping, and should continue to expand, to facilitate this
increase in demand, and allow for capital formation and risk
Trade among Asian countries and Western countries is more
vibrant than ever and is likely to get even stronger given the
aforementioned economic drivers and the expansion of major
bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. The
financial market regulatory structure is also constantly moving
in tandem with the integration of our economies to better
support global growth, manage market events, and other
risks. This has resulted in greater need for risk
management tools and has driven the growth of derivatives
markets in Asia.
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