Electronic Derivatives Trading in South Africa Gears Up

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

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A half decade’s worth of work at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) to update its trading technology is bearing fruit. The exchange now has its equities, equities derivatives and foreign exchange derivatives trading on LSEG Technology’s Millenium Exchange platform, with interest rate derivatives and commodities the next asset classes to transition. In this video, JSE Head of Bonds, Currencies and Interest Rate Derivatives Udesh Moodley talks about the historic makeup of South Africa’s trading community, new participants who have been lured by electronification, developing the local bond futures market, and more.

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