Corporate Announcements

E.g., 24-06-2017
E.g., 24-06-2017
London Stock Exchange Group’s UnaVista today announces it has welcomed more than 20 firms to its Partner Programme in the first half of 2017. The Partner Programme was launched to bring together the world's leading financial services and regulatory technology firms to increase efficiency and reduce operational and regulatory risk for clients.
London Stock Exchange Group plc 12 June 2017 Investor update event London Stock Exchange Group plc will today host a planned investor...
New service streamlines dealer and client trade flows via RFQ trading protocol Full client audit trail for proof of best execution...
Egypt successfully taps its landmark London-listed $4bn multi-tranche bond for an additional $3bn New notes start trading today on London...
London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has reached an agreement with Citigroup Inc. (Citi) to acquire The Yield Book and Citi Fixed Income Indices, a fixed income analytics platform and index business comprising a family of fixed income indices (including the WGBI) (together the “ Business ”) for a total cash consideration of $685 million (£535 million), subject to customary adjustments (the “ Acquisition ”). Subject to regulatory clearance and other customary closing conditions, the transaction is anticipated to close in the second half of 2017.
Strengthens ties between the UK and Kenyan economies Memorandum signed by Charles Keter, Cabinet Secretary for the Kenyan Ministry of...
Largest IPO in 2017 so far – software company valued at £975 million, raising £254 million Confirms London Stock Exchange’s leading role as...
MTS, a leading fixed income electronic trading venue that is part of London Stock Exchange Group and BrokerTec, a NEX Group business which provides electronic trading technology and services for the fixed income market announce today that they are further expanding the RepoFunds Rate (RFR) indices by adding Dutch and Belgian repo indices. The RFR indices were launched in 2012 and include the German, French, Italian, Spanish and pan-European RFR indices.

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