EDI challenges NYSE corporate actions monopoly

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Exchange Data International (EDI) says it has broken the NYSE corporate actions monopoly with its launch of a “like-for-like service at less than 50% of the redistribution costs charged by NYSE”.

Top fintech stories this week – 27 May 2016

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place! Swift hacks sees 12 more banks under attack A fast moving chain of events. High five for Apple Pay in Singapore Big banks onboard include OCBC and Standard Chartered. NYSE launches new trading tech platform, NYSE Pillar The […]

NYSE launches new trading tech platform, NYSE Pillar

NYSE rings the bell to celebrate the launch of new trading platform Pillar

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has launched its new integrated trading technology platform, NYSE Pillar. The new platform enables NYSE participants to connect to all of its equities and options markets using a single specification. The new platform is underpinned by a matching engine – the core exchange software that runs trading – developed by […]

NYSE defends controversial “retrograde” self-regulation plan

NYSE has been criticised for its plan to take over surveillance from FINRA

Financial market participants have criticised plans for the New York Stock Exchange to begin monitoring itself through its non-profit division, NYSE Regulation, describing the move as a “retrograde step” that will never work in practice. NYSE is currently monitored by FINRA, an independent organisation.

Leukert leaves NYSE for FIS after just one year

Peter Leukert will now take up a role at FIS

Peter Leukert, formerly of NYSE Euronext and Commerzbank, has joined banking and payments technology firm FIS after just 15 months in the job.