Cinnober Signs Agreement with Major Exchange to Conduct Major Design Study

The company has been selected to commence work while conducting a full design study that should be completed in December.

Cinnober Financial Technology, a provider of mission-critical solutions and services to major trading and clearing venues, including exchanges, announced today that it has signed an agreement with a major international exchange group to conduct a comprehensive design study for utilising its technology for real-time clearing for listed derivatives, including a complete CSD system (Central Security Depository).

The latest customer was announced earlier this year when Japan Exchange Group chose Cinnober to deliver real-time clearing for its derivatives market and an additional cross-asset risk monitoring solution for the entire national market for equities, bonds, futures, options, CDS and IRS.

Technology for real-time clearing

Cinnober is a supplier of financial technology to marketplaces and clearinghouses which Finance Magnates last reported on in May when it released its Q1 2016 financial metrics.

Its customers include major exchanges with extreme demands on reliability and performance, such as BM&FBOVESPA, LME Clear, DGCX,  NYSE, Euronext and JSE.

Veronica Augustsson, CEO of Cinnober, commented: “We’re the inventor of real-time clearing and for the past five years we’ve been the completely dominant supplier to the global community of clearinghouses. This is a natural step for us as we broaden our offerings along the value chain. CSD technology is as outdated as clearing technology and we are looking forward to revolutionizing this arena too.”

 

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