Features

Michael Syn
Features

SGX Takes a Deep Look at Circuit Breakers

Published: Sep 2022
SGX Group Senior Managing Director and Head of Equities Michael Syn takes an in-depth look at circuit breakers in the dynamic and volatile world of modern markets.
Greg Wojciechowski
Features

Bermuda's Path of Steady Growth and Cooperation

Published: Sep 2022
As a representative for the Americas region on the WFE's board, the BSX is looking forward to the annual WFE General Assembly and working with member exchanges to further the goals and initiatives of the organisation.
Joseph Portelli
Features

Malta Stock Exchange's Plans for the Future

Published: Sep 2022
Ahead of hosting the Annual General Meeting of the World Federation of Stock Exchanges, Malta Stock Exchange Executive Chairman Joseph Portelli discusses plans to launch two new business units in the next two years to ensure long-term sustainable growth.
Monthly Insights

ETF value traded

Published: Sep 2022
Mihaela Croitoru, Statistics Database Manager at the WFE, writes about ETF value traded on the world's stock exchanges.
News & Views

World Federation of Exchanges’ Eighth Annual Sustainability Survey Reveals Focus On Carbon Neutrality Transition

Published: Sep 2022
World Federation of Exchanges’ Eighth Annual Sustainability Survey Reveals Focus On Carbon Neutrality Transition
Sherman H.M. Lin
Features

TWSE's New Chairman Shares His Plans

Published: Aug 2022
Taiwan Stock Exchange's new Chairman & CEO Sherman H. M. Lin discusses his five-point reform plan and his eagerness to explore fresh initiatives with other exchanges.
Eva Hupkes
Interviews

CCP Risk and Regulation in a Challenging World

Published: Aug 2022
Eva Hupkes, Head of Regulatory and Supervisory Policies at the FSB, examines how CCPs can weather shocks to the financial system and stay resilient in a changing and uncertain world.
Chris Edmonds
Features

ICE’s Chris Edmonds Discusses Clearing in the Crypto World

Published: Aug 2022
We can debate whether it's new technology, we can debate whether it's good technology, we can debate whether traditional is good. That is a very fair debate, and we'll continue to have it. Our job at the end of the day is to make sure the regulators have all of the information.
Ben Jackson
Features

ASX Offers an Australian Perspective on Circuit Breakers and Market Quality

Published: Aug 2022
Volatility isn’t necessarily a bad thing for markets. It could reflect a healthy price formation process driven by events that are volatile themselves, according to Jackson. What is crucial is that market participants are confident in the ability of market operators to handle periods of heightened volatility.