Trading in Japan

Japan has long been famous for its technology innovation and business excellence, however the country has been somewhat conservative in developing its financial services industry. Still, with recent regulatory reforms and market structure updates, the country has a lot to offer traders looking to expand in the Asia-Pacific region.
Published: March 2015

In the coming years Japan will face strong competition in attracting global traders from other Asia Pacific capital markets, but it offers a compelling package. Its capital markets are among the biggest in the world and up-to-date infrastructure is in place. Japan also has the support of its two main stakeholders: the government and the JPX, both of which are focused on continuously improving markets to attract more international traders and provide one of the most stable and robust markets in Asia.

Trading in Japan Report Details:

  • Pages: 15 (excluding cover/back pages)
  • Tables and charts: 14

Table of Contents:

  • Market Trends
  • Venues and Asset Classes in Japan
  • Regulators and Regulations
  • Technology and Connectivity
  • Conclusion

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