The firm plans to offer freight, iron ore contracts for Singapore-based clients
Exchange giant Nasdaq’s
commodities business has won approval from the Monetary
Authority of Singapore (MAS) as a market operator in that
jurisdiction, a regulatory nod that will see the firm able to
offer new contracts to local clients.
Nasdaq Commodities’ Nasdaq
Oslo derivatives exchange has received approval from MAS as a
recognised market operator (RMO) in Singapore, allowing the
firm to offer trading access to Singapore firms.
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