Company Overview of Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd provides, operates, and maintains a futures and options exchange. Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd was formerly known as Malaysia Derivatives Exchange Berhad. The company is based in Malaysia. Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd operates as a subsidiary of Bursa Malaysia Bhd.
Finance Dept Exchange Square
Kuala Lumpur, 50200
Key Executives for Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd Key Developments
Bursa Malaysia Derivaties and Dalian Commodity Exchange Renew Collaboration Agreement
Nov 12 16
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd (BMD) and Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) renewed the collaboration agreement for a further three years from 2017 to jointly organise the China International Oils and Oilseeds Conference (CIOC). The agreement was signed at the 11th annual China International Oils and Oilseeds Conference hosted in Guangzhou, China. The collaboration will allow both DCE and Bursa Malaysia to find new ways to develop the conference further and provide participants and industry players with a high level platform for information exchange and networking.
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd Presents at 11th Annual FIA Asia Derivatives Conference, Dec-08-2015
Dec 7 15
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd Presents at 11th Annual FIA Asia Derivatives Conference, Dec-08-2015 . Venue: The St. Regis Singapore00000, afasfsaf, Singapore, Singapore. Speakers: Sree Kumar, Acting Chief Executive Officer.
Others Bursa Malaysia Derivatives and Dalian Commodity Exchange Sign Collaboration Agreement on Product Research & Development
Nov 12 15
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad signed an agreement to further discuss and explore deepening product research and other opportunities for cooperation, which will facilitate the implementation of the ‘One Belt and One Road’ strategy for the Chinese Government. This agreement was signed at the 10 annual China International Oils & Oilseeds Conference hosted in Guangzhou. This new agreement reflects commitment to deepen the collaboration between Bursa Malaysia Derivatives and Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) through the development of commodity derivatives products, specifically those which are palm oil-based, in the near term. This initiative will be the first towards interlinking and strengthening palm oil-based derivatives products between their two Exchanges that will be beneficial for both markets. Product innovation is one of the essential tools for ensuring growth of derivatives markets and they are glad to continue working with DCE to jointly promote and develop the physical and futures markets with regards to oils and oilseeds in Asia by improving the access to knowledge and products. One Belt and One Road” strategy of the Chinese government has brought new opportunities for deepening cooperation between the two sides. Ten years of good cooperation has laid a solid foundation for the two sides to continue and deepen cooperation. As the products of DCE and Bursa Malaysia are highly correlated and complementary, the smooth cooperation between the two sides will not only promote the development level of the two exchanges and enhance the influence of the markets, but will also benefit the related enterprises along the palm oil industrial chain in China and Malaysia. Furthermore, it will enable better services for other palm oil producers and consumers around the world, thus expanding the extension and depth of derivatives market serving the real economy.
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