Cinnober recently announced the acquisition of the business and assets of Ancoa Software, the UK-based market surveillance specialist company.
Stockholm-headquartered Cinnober has acquires UK-based market surveillance outfit Ancoa, which filed for bankruptcy in 2016 after failing to generate fresh funding.
The Board of Directors of Cinnober Financial Technology Aktiebolag (publ) (“Cinnober” or the “Company”) has resolved, subject to the approval of the Extraordinary General Meeting, on a directed share issue of 692,307 shares, which is expected to raise proceeds to the Company of up to SEK 180 million before issue costs.
Today, after the close of the exchange, Cinnober Financial Technology Aktiebolag (publ) (“Cinnober”) will publish its year-end report for 2016.
Cinnober recently announced the establishment of a new subsidiary that will provide real-time post-trade technology and services to investment banks.
Boat Services and London Stock Exchange’s TRADEcho service opens its innovative open access Smart Report Router (SRR) bringing choice to the market place.
Cinnober announces today that it has been selected by the International Property Securities Exchange (“IPSX”) to deliver a managed trading solution. IPSX has applied for approval from the Financial Conduct authority (“FCA”) for a Recognised Investment Exchange (“RIE”) license in order to be able to operate as a regulated stock exchange dedicated to the admission and trading of securities in commercial real estate (“CRE”).
With business gaining momentum and more clients continuously committing to the Pan-European MiFID II multi-asset trade reporting service TRADEcho, Boat have appointed Carl Nilsen, former Head of Equities at Oslo Bors, as Director of Sales.
Boat Services hires former Head of International Corporate Strategy at Liquidnet for the newly developed role of Commercial Director.
Swedish post-trade technology firm Cinnober is to move into new markets with the creation of a dedicated subsidiary to sell real-time clearing technology and service to large international banks.
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