The Standard Chartered banking Group has already reached out to more than 1,000 banks in over 70 countries through such academies.
Digital Vega, UK based banking and financial service provider Standard Chartered has partnered with the firm to gain access to the former’s liquidity service platform Medusa.
Making use of Standard Chartered’s unique global footprint, which actively trades over 100 currencies, Digital Vega’s Medusa platform will boast broader liquidity for automated FX Options trading.
LiveFX provides retail clients with customized market updates, latest FX news, and the Bank’s investment views, in addition to market data, price charts, technical analysis, buy/sell ratio and FX polls. The bank also offers a programme that rewards trading volumes.
Standard Chartered Bank plans to establish a Foreign Exchange (FX) e-trading and pricing engine in Singapore to be launched with support from the local regulator, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), by Q1 2020.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Standard Chartered Bank (Standard Chartered) £102,163,200 for Anti-Money Laundering (AML) breaches in two higher risk areas of its business. This is the second largest financial penalty for AML controls failings ever imposed by the FCA.
Building on a record-breaking first half of the year, the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) has begun H2 strongly, recording an Average Open Interest (AOI) of 323,477 contracts in …
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) and its Central Counter Party (CCP) subsidiary, Dubai Commodities Clearing Corporation (DCCC), announced that clearing members can now deliver eligible global securities as …