NYSE Technologies and Koscom Announce MOU
Among a range of cooperative benefits intended to create customer value and market efficiency, this strategic agreement is also designed to facilitate plans to link NYSE Technologies SFTI network that already connects market participants and exchanges around the world with the Koscom STOCK-NET, an established network with strong connections among market participants and the exchange in Korea. This initiative will further develop, strengthen and promote cross-border trading between Korea and international markets. With a diverse portfolio of financial technology solutions that include front and back office operations, both Koscom and NYSE Technologies provide market participants with a complete menu of trading and data infrastructure options, business applications and consultancy expertise.
“We are pleased to expand our already strong relationship with the Korea Exchange through this strategic agreement with Koscom,” said Stanley Young, CEO, NYSE Technologies. “As we continue our mission of global innovation and the creation of a true capital markets community, it’s essential that we collaborate with other world-class technology teams like Koscom to find greater ways to serve our customers by enhancing the accessibility of global markets and the performance of their participants. We are excited to begin exploring new ways to achieve those goals with the help of our colleagues at Koscom.”
“We are delighted to be partnering with NYSE Technologies. Our strategic relationship with NYSE Technologies will allow us to continue introducing a state of the art technology and reinforce our position as an expert in exchange systems and financial solutions,” Joo Ha Woo, CEO, Koscom stated. “As leading financial solution providers, both Koscom and NYSE Technologies represent a valuable path to establish stronger presences in global market. We believe that this opportunity will maintain a positive bond between Koscom and NYSE Technologies and continue to provide great service to our current and potential customers worldwide.”
Building on the 2004 MOU between the New York Stock Exchange and the Korea Exchange, this new agreement between the commercial technology units of each exchange offers each the opportunity to work more closely to identify new business opportunities, explore co-branded initiatives and transmit market information into and out of Korea faster and with greater efficiency.