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The Thailand Futures Exchange 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 Thailand Futures Exchange 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 Thailand Futures Exchange 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.


== Direct Market Access ==
== Direct Market Access ==
TFEX allows [[broker]]s to offer [[direct market access]] (DMA) to clients, allowing them to connect their [[trading application]]s 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.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tfex.co.th/en/member/list.html|name=TFEX: Guide for Foreign Investors|org=TFEX|date=May 11, 2009}}</ref>.
TFEX allows [[broker]]s to offer [[direct market access]] (DMA) to clients, allowing them to connect their [[trading application]]s 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.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tfex.co.th/en/member/list.html|name=TFEX: Guide for Foreign Investors|org=TFEX|date=May 11, 2009}}</ref>.



Revision as of 18:25, 16 April 2010


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 is a subsidiary of the Stock Exchange of Thailand. [1]

The Thailand Futures Exchange 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.[2] 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.

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]

References[edit]