JPMorgan Chase

648 results about this entity

Period: 28 Nov 2007 - 21 May 2024

Rainbow in talks with LSE over EDX

Rainbow - the European exchange being set up by investment banks - has approached the London Stock Exchange about taking over the bourse's EDX derivatives business and making it the basis of its new trading platform.

New futures exchange named ELX

The new electronic futures exchange being set up by a group of banks and trading firms to take on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange will be named ELX Electronic Liquidity Exchange.

Markit to launch multi-dealer valuations platform

UK market data vendor Markit Group is working with six Wall Street banks to launch a global, multi-bank, cross-asset client valuations platform.

Banks to launch European derivatives exchange

Following the establishment of the bank-backed European equities trading platform Turquoise, a group of seven global investment banks are now gearing up to a launch a pan-European financial derivatives exchange - dubbed Project Rainbow - that will compete with the region's established markets, including Liffe and Eurex.

RiskMetrics prices shares at $17-$19 for IPO

New York financial analytics outfit RiskMetrics Group says it will sell a total of 14 million shares at an estimated price of $17-$19 apiece in its forthcoming initial public offering (IPO).

JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank invest in Bats Trading

A further two banks - JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank - have made investments in Bats Trading, the electronic alternative to Nasdaq and Nyse. Financial terms of the minority investments were not disclosed.

Financial firms to launch futures trading venture

News that a consortium of banks and trading firms are teaming up to establish an all-electronic futures trading exchange sent shares in CME Group tumbling over the holiday season.

Chase steps up roll out of no-envelope ATMs

US bank Chase is to deploy 900 "no-envelope" ATMs that can accept up to 30 cheques per deposit in the first half of 2008 as part of plans to upgrade or replace 5000 deposit-taking units by 2010.