As a successful young woman in the finance industry, Veronica Augustsson has made an impressive journey and was recently mentioned in Financial News' "40 Under 40 Rising Stars of Trading and Technology" list. She has now been appointed CEO of leading financial technology company Cinnober.
Cinnober Financial Technology, leading provider of solutions for trading and clearing venues, has engaged Michael Grecoff as Head of Sales for its recently launched trade monitoring service Scila Compliance.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) announces that the bourse has completely developed its new securities trading system, called SET Connect, which is ready to be deployed on September 3.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has selected Cinnober, the Swedish software house, as the core technology provider for its new clearing house, LME Clear.
As previously communicated, The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) and Cinnober have been involved in a major project for the Thai exchange trading infrastructure.
Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX) has announced its partnership with leading global trading technology provider, Cinnober Financial Technology.
Nomura has sold its Swedish technology outpost to local trading IT supplier Cinnober.
Calypso and Cinnober will go head-to-head in a battle to win the contract to build a new clearing house for the London Metal Exchange.
Cinnober today launches Scila Compliance, a new multi-asset monitoring and trade surveillance system for investment banks and brokers that builds on its established success with trade surveillance in the world of exchanges.
Qatar Exchange has successfully taken its new market monitoring system, Scila Surveillance, into production. The system, delivered by Cinnober, is customized to the needs of Qatar Exchange (QE) in terms of (a) new alerts to detect abnormal market behavior and conditions that are specific to the exchange's Rule Book, (b) integration with the exchange's trading engine, post-trade system and news feed, and (c) new reports and screen features.
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