Swedish trading technology vendor Cinnober has bought the Boat trade reporting service from Markit. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The Hellenic Exchanges - Athens Stock Exchange Group, has selected Cinnober as technology partner for the implementation of its new surveillance system.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) and its derivative arm TFEX have successfully replaced their entire technology platform for derivatives trading and experienced their second-highest daily number of contracts traded ever, on the very first day of trading.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has selected Cinnober as its partner for the development of a new multi-asset clearing technology platform.
Cinnober and Azul Systems, the award-winning leader in Java runtime scalability, today announced a partnership under which Cinnober will offer Zing, Azul's high performance runtime for Java, with its TRADExpress solutions.
Cinnober today announced the launch of a system for businesses offering client clearing services, such as investment banks and FCMs.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) today announces the launch of its new derivatives reporting service LMEwire. Behind the technology stands the exchange's long-term supplier Cinnober.
Quadriserv is broadening its long-term relationship with Cinnober in a new equity repo initiative for the US market.
The Austrian regulatory authority for the electricity and gas-markets, E-Control, has selected independent supplier Cinnober for the implementation of its new surveillance system.
Cinnober, a leading supplier to exchanges and clearinghouses, continues to expand in Northern Sweden. Today, Jonas Engman, 35, becomes the new CEO of Cinnober North in Umeå.
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