More than 2,000 NYSE FANG+ Index Futures contracts were traded in the first week on ICE.
UK financial group AFH has increased the size of its second share issue of 2017 to meet investor demand. The most recent issue has been raised from GBP15 million to GBP17.5 million and comes after April’s GBP10 million issue, which was similarly sold out.
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) and China Beijing Environment Exchange (CBEEX) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to form a strategic partnership for the joint development of the Chinese carbon market.
BCS Global Markets (BCS), a Russian independent financial house, has completed its first initial public offering (IPO) on the Moscow Exchange.
Osborne Clarke advises Berenberg and Grant Thornton on GBP163m Alpha Financial Markets Consulting AIM IPO
International legal practice Osborne Clarke has advised Joh Berenberg, Gossler & Co KG, London branch, and Grant Thornton UK on the successful GBP163 million AIM market IPO of Alpha Financial Consulting Group plc, a provider of specialist consultancy services to the asset and wealth management industry.
McCarthy Denning has advised new Curzon Energy on the admission of its shares to the Standard List to trade on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The company raised gross proceeds of GBP2.3 million by a placing and subscription at the time of admission.
Alpha, a provider of specialist consultancy services to the asset and wealth management industry, is planning to list on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in October 2017.
Paris based Powernext SA, the Austrian Central European Gas Hub AG (CEGH) and Power Exchange Central Europe (PXE) have finalised their plans for the launch of the PEGAS CEGH Czech Gas Market.
The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (TWSE) and Nasdaq have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote mutual development and foster cooperation between the two companies.
Nasdaq has successfully deployed machine learning technology across its entire Nasdaq Nordic markets – Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Iceland – to bolster its market surveillance efforts.