Luc Fortin: TMX Forges Ahead in These Unprecedented Times

Suzanne Cosgrove

Suzanne Cosgrove

Contributing Editor

As part of John Lothian News’s Exchange Leaders Series, Luc Fortin, the president and CEO of MX and global head of trading at TMX Group, updated us on current conditions in the Canadian markets. Fortin says while the impact of the coronavirus will inevitably cause “slippage” in exchange plans to add new products and extend trading hours, “It’s not a question of scrapping 2020”  and client demand will continue to grow post-COVID-19.

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