LSE to supply technology to Argentinian CSD

1 August 2013

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is to become the technology provider to Caja de Valores (CVSA), the Argentinian central securities depository (CSD). The two parties signed a partnership agreement ahead of the depository’s immediate priority which is to support the country’s new Bolsa & Mercados Argentinos (BM&A) exchange.

The deal means the LSE’s trading platform will shortly be rolled out in the country. MillenniumIT, the LSE’s technology arm, is the partner who will provide the capital markets technology and expertise to CVSA, which will then use it to support the new Argentinean exchange.

B&MA is a partnership between the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and Merval, the association of Argentine brokers responsible for market operation in Buenos Aires. The joining of the two venues has been spurred on by Argentina's Congress who last year approved a sweeping capital markets reform package.

Commenting on the deal, Ernesto Allaria, director of B&MA, said: "Selecting MillenniumIT as our technology provider offers B&MA significant opportunities to take advantage of more globally interconnected markets. This represents an important step forward for B&MA as well as the rest of Argentina's capital markets."

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