Stock Exchanges

Newton-King is upgrading the bourse’s technology as South Africa opens the door for more exchange operators.
A founding partner of the boutique advisory firm, Bednar represented Deutsche Börse on its pending $30 billion merger with LSE.
New guidance from the World Federation of Exchanges aims to boost environmental, social and governance disclosure among corporations.
Three years after Sandy wreaked havoc on the U.S., most companies still are not reporting on their readiness to deal with similar disasters.
In a bid to stay competitive, the world’s 15th-largest stock exchange, led by Kyungsoo Choi, is buying into its counterparts in Central Asia and elsewhere.
Increased competition and technology innovations could help rekindle exchanges’ entrepreneurial fire.
Shanghai-based Focus Media’s recent $3.5 billion Nasdaq delisting was the biggest-ever exit from a U.S. stock exchange by a Chinese company. And more departures may follow.
With its purchase of the London Metal Exchange and a broadening array of renminbi-denominated products, HKEx aims to cement its position as the gateway between corporate China and global capitalism.
Seeking liquidity and growth, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores makes life easy for these controversial firms.
Under pressure to boost listed companies’ reporting standards, exchanges have good reason to be cautious.