Building off of the momentum of past conferences, Golden Networking brings back High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2012, now in New York, Chicago and London (http://www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com)
(August 20, 2012, New York) The world's biggest futures exchange operator, CME Group, has announced plans to open a European derivatives exchange, a move that will see it go head-to-head with the continent's most prominent derivatives trading bourses.
The company is reported to be filing its application with the necessary UK regulators over the next few days. If successful, CME Group's London-based exchange will be in direct competition with NYSE and Deutsche Börse, in a bid to increase its global expansion.
In a statement released today, CME, which operates the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, confirmed it was applying to the British Financial Services Authority to green light plans for the London-based exchange, which aims to start operating in 2013.
By establishing an exchange in London, CME will further solidify the city's role as a financial hub. It will also confirm the company's quest to acquire emerging business in global derivatives trading and clearing; CME will be participating at upcoming High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2012, this time in three of the world's most important financial centers: New York, Chicago and London.
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