Boston, June 15, 2016 – The Asia-Pacific economies benefited greatly from a rapid increase in mass retail trading and institutional investment following the global financial crisis, thanks to the electronic trading adoption migrating from Western markets to Eastern ones. Where are the Asian markets now in terms of trading evolution compared to the developed Western markets? And how far and how fast will trends move forward?
This Impact Report examines migration trends in market structure, technology, and overall trading methods in the Asia-Pacific region. It is based on 2016 Aite Group interviews with broker-dealers, exchanges, asset managers, and technology vendors that are either based in or trading in the Asia-Pacific region.
This 46-page Impact Report contains 18 figures and eight tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report.
This report mentions Activ Financial, Angel Group, ASX Ltd., Australia ASIC, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays Capital, Bombay Stock Exchange, BT Radianz, China CSRC, China Financial Futures Exchange, Chi-X Australia, Chi-X Japan, Citigroup, Convergex, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Boerse, Deutsche Securities, Eurex, FIA, Fixnetix, Global Cloud Xchange, Goldman Sachs, Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing, Hong Kong SFC, ICICI Securities, Impulse Corp, India SEBI, Instinet, IPC Systems, ITG, Japan FSA, JPX, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Korea Exchange, Korea SFC, Kotak Securities, KVH (Colt), Liquidnet, London Stock Exchange, LME, Macquarie, MarketPrizm, Morgan Stanley, Moscow Exchange, Motilal Oswal Securities, MSCI, Nasdaq, National Stock Exchange, NTT Communications, NYSE, OCC, Reliance Securities, S&P Capital IQ, Shanghai Stock Exchange, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Singapore Exchange, Singapore MAS, SMC Global Securities, SBI Japannext, Transaction Network Services, TMX, UBS, Verizon, and WFE.