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Taiwan's Yuanta Futures joins NYSE Liffe

Monday, 11 June 2012
Taiwan's Yuanta Futures joins NYSE LiffeNYSE Liffe, the European based global derivatives division of NYSE Euronext, today announced that Taiwanese brokerage Yuanta Futures, will become a member of NYSE Liffe’s London and Paris markets. Customers of Yuanta Futures will have the option of accessing the exchange's market leading technology services, such as colocation or order routing, through the broker. Yuanta Future is the exchange’s second Taiwanese member.http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

NYSE Liffe, the European based global derivatives division of NYSE Euronext, today announced that Taiwanese brokerage Yuanta Futures, will become a member of NYSE Liffe’s London and Paris markets. Customers of Yuanta Futures will have the option of accessing the exchange's market leading technology services, such as colocation or order routing, through the broker. Yuanta Future is the exchange’s second Taiwanese member.

“As a part of our initiative to become a leading regional broker, we have recently obtained licenses to operate in Hong Kong. We have also joined NYSE Euronext’s derivatives trading community – which is the 10th international exchange we have become a member of,” says Ted Ho, chairman, Yuanta Futures. “This latest membership illustrates that we are committed to being active participants in the global markets by providing outstanding brokerage services and more trading opportunities to our clients.” 

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