The firms were set to go live with the new contracts in the third quarter of 2015
Inter-dealer broker Icap and The Singapore
Exchange have delayed the launch of the currency
derivatives suite that they have partnered to develop to "early
Q2 2016," pushed back from the planned go-live in the third
quarter of 2015.
Icap’s foreign exchange and
fixed income business, EBS BrokerTec, will launch the
SGX-listed FX block futures on its FX central limit order book,
As reported by FOW in February, the
companies had been targeting a third quarter launch for the
currency derivative contracts.
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