The new rates exchange was set to go live in late May, subject to client readiness
The London Stock Exchange Group has
delayed the launch of its new rates exchange, CurveGlobal, to
the third quarter of this year from the planned go live in late
May, in order to ensure customer readiness.
The LSE Group is now working toward a Q3
launch, with sources stressing that the delay is due to
ensuring that market makers, technology providers and clients
are ready for the launch.
A spokesperson confirmed the delay on
Tuesday, telling FOW: "Following close consultation with
partners and customers we have taken the view that moving the
launch of CurveGlobal to Q3 will provide a significantly richer
experience for market participants."
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