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Recent regulatory reforms have led to the emergence of the global swap futures market and the regulatory landscape here in Canada continues to evolve," said Alain Miquelon, President and CEO, Montreal Exchange and Group Head of Derivatives Markets, TMX Group.
The Montreal Exchange (MX) and the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX(R)) announced today the establishment of the Montreal Climate Exchange (MCeX), the first environmental products market in Canada.
In addition, the Montreal Exchange, which specializes in the financial derivatives market, including options, has been promoting education as a means to help retail investors better understand the concepts underlying options investing and the risks and advantages of using options as part of an investment strategy.
This strategic investment will extend the footprint of the Montreal Exchange in the North American equity options market," said Luc Bertrand, President and Chief Executive Officer of MX.
com; For the Montreal Exchange : Jean Charles Robillard, (514) 871-3551, jcrobillard@m-x.
In addition to the equity founders of BOX - Boston Stock Exchange, Montreal Exchange and Interactive Brokers, other equity partners currently include Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB), JPMorgan, Citigroup and UBS.
Participants are invited to a brief presentation, followed by informal discussions with Luc Bertrand, President and Chief Executive Officer and representatives of the Montreal Exchange, as well as members of the financial community.
For Radianz, its relationship with the Montreal Exchange will result in the addition of another important exchange to its global financial community.
Participants are invited to a brief presentation, followed by informal discussions with representatives of the Montreal Exchange and of the financial community.
MONTREAL, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Montreal Exchange announces the listing, on Monday May 3, 2004, of a new interest rates futures contract, the CGZ, a Two-Year Government of Canada Bond Futures contract.

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