TMX Group Ltd., owner of Canada’s equity and derivatives exchanges, will expand its offerings of fixed-income products as regulations drive trading to public markets, Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kloet said.
GMP Capital Inc. Canada’s second- largest non-bank brokerage, is poised to announce more cost cuts as a 25 percent drop in trading on the country’s two main stock exchanges leads to a third-straight quarter of per-share losses.
Ivanplats Ltd.’s C$300.8 million ($301.8 million) initial public offering last month will be a “litmus test” for whether Canada is ready for a revival in mining-company IPOs, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP said.
TMX Group Inc. will focus on integrating recent acquisitions before seeking another deal, Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kloet said, the latest indication that no takeover of Direct Edge Holdings LLC is imminent.
TMX Group Inc. , owner of the Toronto Stock Exchange, plans to start an alternative trading platform to compete with Alpha Trading Systems and other companies that have taken market share from Canada’s biggest bourse.
Some of Canada’s biggest financial institutions gained ownership of the country’s main stock exchanges, derivatives bourse and securities clearing house after sealing a C$3.73 billion ($3.71 billion) takeover of the Toronto Stock Exchange owner.
TMX Group Inc. , owner of the Toronto Stock Exchange, said profit rose for a second straight quarter on a surge in derivatives trading on its Montreal bourse. The stock had its biggest decline in almost six months after earnings missed estimates.
TMX Group Inc., owner of the Toronto Stock Exchange, should seek takeovers of global competitors such as CBOE Holdings Inc. after its C$3.73 billion ($3.68 billion) sale to a Canadian investor group cleared its biggest regulatory hurdles, investor Thomas Caldwell said.