CME Clearing accepts a select number of ETFs and stocks

CME Clearing accepts a select number of ETFs and stocks for customer and house segregated performance bond collateral capped at $500m per clearing member firm.
ICE: NYSE issued a proposed amendment to Section 202.06 of the Listed Company Manual prohibiting the issuance of material news in the five minutes following the official closing time.
TMX: CDS Clearing and Depository Services transitioned to a two day securities settlement period (T+2), from the previous three day period (T+3).
NDAQ head of European listings Adam Kostyal said Brexit is driving more UK companies to the Nordic market, according to Bloomberg. Up to 15% of prospective IPOs in the Nordic come from overseas.
Deutsche Borse (DB1): Clearstream will provide the market with HedgePole’s hedge fund price and reference data as an extension of its VestimaPRIME service offering for funds.
ENX appointed Kevin Wolf as US head of FICC, according to The Trade. Wolf has previously worked at Eris Exchange as chief business and product development officer.
SGX Regulation Co. appointed Mr Alan Shaw, Ms Jane Diplock AO and Mr Ronny Tan to its board. The company will begin operations on 15-Sep-2017.
LSE purchased 48k shares at 3,848 per share. LSE has 3.32m shares held in treasury.
SEBI will discuss a proposal to extend stock market trading hours.
CFTC Chairman Giancarlo wrote an op-ed at Les Echos saying that the “best route to consistent implementation [in Cross-Border Supervision of CCPs.] is through mutual deference to comparable foreign regulatory frameworks.
UK plans to change its stock market listing rules to win the Saudi Aramco IPO will be scrutinised by two separate parliamentary committees; according to FT.