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The Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) is a [[subsidiary]] of the [[Stock Exchange of Thailand]]. <ref> {{cite web|url = http://www.tfex.co.th/en/about/about.html|name = TFEX website|org = TFEX|date = February 26, 2009}}</ref> The TFEX ranked number 44 in 2009 in the [[Futures Industry Association]]'s global list of top 53 derivatives exchanges measured by volume, up 43% on 2008's volume figure.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry-digital.com/futuresindustry/201003#pg20|name=2009 Annual Volume Survey|org=FIA magazine|date=April 8, 2010}}</ref> The FIA list, published in early April 2010, reports that that total volume for 2009 rose to 3.07 million from 2008's figure of 2.15 million.
The Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) is a [[subsidiary]] of the [[Stock Exchange of Thailand]]. <ref> {{cite web|url = http://www.tfex.co.th/en/about/about.html|name = TFEX website|org = TFEX|date = February 26, 2009}}</ref> TFEX was ranked as the world's 45th-largest [[derivatives]] [[exchange]] by [[volume]] in 2010, falling one position from the year before, according to the annual volume survey published by the [[Futures Industry Association]] (FIA).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/downloads/Volume-Mar_FI%28R%29.pdf|name=2010 Annual Volume Survey|org=Futures Industry.org|date=May 5, 2011}}</ref> The FIA report, published in March of 2011, notes that the TFEX's total volume for 2010 was up by 38.2% from the previous year, reaching almost 4.25 million contracts.


== Direct Market Access ==
== Direct Market Access ==
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*Chairman, [[Pakorn Malakul Na Ayudhya]]
*Chairman, [[Pakorn Malakul Na Ayudhya]]
*Vice Chairman, [[Patareeya Benjapolchai]]
*Vice Chairman, [[Patareeya Benjapolchai]]
==Annual Volumes==
===2009===
The TFEX ranked number 44 in 2009 in the [[Futures Industry Association]]'s global list of top 53 derivatives exchanges measured by volume, up 43% on 2008's volume figure.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry-digital.com/futuresindustry/201003#pg20|name=2009 Annual Volume Survey|org=FIA magazine|date=April 8, 2010}}</ref> The FIA list, published in early April 2010, reports that that total volume for 2009 rose to 3.07 million from 2008's figure of 2.15 million.


== References ==
== References ==

Revision as of 21:20, 5 May 2011


Thailand Futures Exchange
TFEXlogo.jpg
Founded May 17, 2004
Headquarters Bangkok, Thailand
Key People Pakorn Malakul Na Ayudhya, Chairman
Website http://www.tfex.co.th

The Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) is a subsidiary of the Stock Exchange of Thailand. [1] TFEX was ranked as the world's 45th-largest derivatives exchange by volume in 2010, falling one position from the year before, according to the annual volume survey published by the Futures Industry Association (FIA).[2] The FIA report, published in March of 2011, notes that the TFEX's total volume for 2010 was up by 38.2% from the previous year, reaching almost 4.25 million contracts.

Direct Market Access[edit]

TFEX allows brokers to offer direct market access (DMA) to clients, allowing them to connect their trading applications with a broker’s front-end system, enabling a client’s order to be automatically routed through a broker and into the exchange without being handled manually.[3].

History[edit]

Key Events of Thailand Futures Exchange

Products and Services[edit]

By law, The TFEX is allowed to offer trade of futures, options, and options on futures. The permitted underlying products include:

Key People[edit]

Annual Volumes[edit]

2009[edit]

The TFEX ranked number 44 in 2009 in the Futures Industry Association's global list of top 53 derivatives exchanges measured by volume, up 43% on 2008's volume figure.[4] The FIA list, published in early April 2010, reports that that total volume for 2009 rose to 3.07 million from 2008's figure of 2.15 million.

References[edit]