Sales League Table 2020 | Banking Technology Winners

Results Announced!

IBS Intelligence launches BankTech Daily News

Subscribe today. Limited time offer.

The Black Swan Opportunity | Get your bank digital ready.

IBSI Special 5 Digital Report Package with Special Offer. Subscribe now

India FinTech Report 2020

Insights into the historical and projected market size of key FinTech categories. Subscribe now

Deutsche Börse starts partnership with Chinese data provider Wind

DeutscheDeutsche Börse and Wind, a provider of financial data in China, have collaborated to make the European market easily accessible for Chinese investors. The initiative, which is said to be driven by high demand, enables Chinese institutional investors to have easier access to European markets with market data and services offered by Deutsche Börse and its derivatives exchange Eurex.

The recently signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) combines the broad range of data and services offered by Deutsche Börse with the Wind network – a cooperation supported by Thomas Book, Member of the Board of Deutsche Börse and CEO of Eurex.

“We look forward to using Wind’s professional sales network to bring Deutsche Börse and Eurex’s offerings closer to institutional investors based in China,” said Thomas Book. “This partnership is a major contribution to our Asia strategy: Eurex has been active in the Asian markets for more than 12 years and has continuously expanded its presence and its investor network in the region.”

The aim of the partnership is, in addition to the provision of comprehensive market data and related services, to explore other options for cooperation. This includes joint training courses and educational measures to inform institutional investors about current issues.

Li Zhou, Vice President of Wind stated, “Wind is the first financial information company in China to enter into a comprehensive strategic partnership with Deutsche Börse. Both companies will use their resources in a targeted manner and on market data, news, information, research reports and ESG topics and investor training, but also in other areas. This cooperation will help our customers to more comprehensive data, a higher added value and better services. In the future we will jointly carry out different online and offline communication activities and conferences in different areas in order to raise the awareness of the Germans Stock Exchange and the entire European capital market in China. ”

China is said to be a very important market for the Deutsche Börse Group. As an international exchange organization and provider of market infrastructure, partnerships have already been established with several Chinese exchanges, including the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and the China Financial Futures Exchanges (CFFEX) as well as various institutions such as the China Futures Association (CFA) and the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC).

In December 2018, the Eurex futures exchange extended its trading hours for selected futures in order to cover the Asian time zone and to meet the increasing demand from Asia. In addition, Eurex has received full clearing licenses in Singapore and Japan and has applied to offer clearing services in Hong Kong.

Related IBS Intelligence Research

Related Posts

Rapyd logo

Rapyd completes acquisition of Iceland’s Korta

UK-based Rapyd, has completed the acquisition of Korta, an Iceland-based payment card service provider. Rapyd helps merchants, gig-economy platforms, and technology providers create and launch applications without having to build payments infrastructure. Korta provides merchants with a range of in-store and digital payment acceptance solutions. The deal was originally announced in April 2020. Rapyd CEO […]

This post is only available to members.

Read More »
P20 logo

P20 analyses global Payee Verification approaches

P20 has published its interim report Payee Verification: Overview of Approaches used by Credit-Push Payment Systems. The report from P20’s Regulation Working Group which focuses on criminal transactions and fraud, examines the approaches being used to reduce authorised push payment (APP) fraud and compares the methods being used in the US, UK, and Australia. The […]

This post is only available to members.

Read More »

Signicat: 41% of Europeans shut off from financial services in lockdown

Digital identity specialist Signicat has found that 41 per cent of consumers across Europe have been unable to access new financial services as a result of lockdown restrictions and a lack of access to digital options. In a research report, the Norwegian identity provider found that while consumers have had to turn to online and […]

This post is only available to members.

Read More »

OpenPayd releases crypto banking and payments service

API-led Banking-as-a-Service provider, OpenPayd has released its banking and payments solution for digital currency businesses. The service is expected to provide cryptocurrency businesses with access to a range of banking and payment networks. According to OpenPayd, the platform will offer crypto businesses with access to crypto-friendly banking, simplified cryptocurrency purchase, fiat and digital currency exchange […]

This post is only available to members.

Read More »

Adyen expands acquiring capabilities to Malaysia

Adyen, an Amsterdam-based global payments platform, announced the expansion of its acquiring capabilities to include Malaysia. The company has launched its acquiring solution in Malaysia to help local businesses achieve higher authorization rates, better customer experience, and deeper data insights as the Malaysian market transitions to online payments. “Rolling out our acquiring solution in Malaysia demonstrates […]

This post is only available to members.

Read More »