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This was part of JSE`s long-term goal to develop and deepen the local market by attracting new customers for trade and investment in South Africa, it was said. Mark Randall, Director of Information Services at JSE, said: “This collaboration is an exciting first step in our growth journey to Asia. Investors interested in South Africa need reliable access to JSE market data as a precursor to any business activity. With JSE market data now available, we can draw our attention to how we are interested in JSE as a business objective. We believe that a broad and diverse customer base will help increase liquidity and activity in the South African market. This step supports our project to see commercial activities that start from a broader global base. We are pleased to be working with CIIS to bring JSE market data to market in mainland China. The JSE would first provide real-time data for JSE-listed equities and FTSE/JSE indices through CIIS, with the plan to take into account additional asset classes and data flows over time. The JsE Market Regulation Division has referred to the FSCA the following number of potential market abuse issues: For further questions, please contact info@jse.co.za Please use the following link to view all the opinions and comments of the Financial Intelligence Centre: www.fic.gov.za/Pages/Home.aspx The China Investment Information Platform includes coverage of third-party content from several global exchanges such as the Deutsche Berse Group, the Moscow Exchange Group and B3. Prohibited business practices (market manipulation); and JSE market data would be distributed to data dealers based in mainland China. Market abuse consists of three practices that are prohibited under the Financial Markets Act, namely – the JSE Market Regulation department uses electronic monitoring systems to monitor and analyze transactions of publicly traded JSE securities to identify possible insider trading and market manipulation. The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is responsible for investigating potential market abuses and enacting enforcement action. All cases of insider trading and market manipulation identified by the JSE Market Regulation Division, which the division believes require further investigation, are referred to the FSCA for review.

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