Singapore Exchange said to mull tie-ups with other bourses


Volumes have fallen even further since last year after a crash penny stocks - the bourse's most actively traded shares. - AFP

SINGAPORE: Even as regulators crack down on yet another round of consolidation among exchange operators, at least one major bourse is still keen to pursue deals.

Singapore Exchange Ltd, which runs South-East Asia’s largest stock and derivatives market, has in recent months held exploratory talks about possible tie-ups with overseas exchange operators, people familiar with the matter said.

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