ICE's plan emerged almost two years after the CME took the same decision
The Intercontinental Exchange has told its
main tech partners and clients it will start charging them for
re-distributing ICE data from next year, a controversial move
that has angered some top trading banks.
ICE is said by the banks to have contacted
them last week saying it will start charging them $110 per user
per exchange from April next year.
The exchange has said it will waive
redistribution license fees for 2016 if firms take a data
re-distribution license agreement before the end of January,
offering an incentive to clients to speed through their
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