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After MSCI licence expiry, SGX to broaden derivatives offerings with FTSE Russell

About three months ago, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced that the MSCI licence to most of its derivatives products will expire and not be renewed. The unexpected announcement drew concern from investors who use these products for hedging purposes, and analysts turned cautious on SGX on the impending loss of revenue. But some of these concerns may now be put to rest, following a deeper and broadened partnership with another global index provider.

On Aug 20, SGX announced an agreement with FTSE Russell to deliver new Asian multi-asset solutions. Both parties will jointly develop and market an Asian and emerging markets (EM) focused, multi-asset index derivatives offering.

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