By boosting our services with TNS’ Secure Trading Network, we’re not only improving practices for our existing members, but also laying the foundations for further growth.

Kaylan S. Bose, Head of Corporate Affairs, BSE

Bombay Stock Exchange Improves Efficiency with TNS


Background

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia, with over 4800 companies listed. Established in 1875 and fully electronic since 1995, the BSE considers the improvement of electronic trading an essential part of its growth strategy.

Business Challenge

Access to BSE for trading and market data has been limited to participants who have set up their offices within India. Typically these offices were connected over leased lines. The BSE required managed connectivity for both major financial organisations in India and outside the country.

Solution
BSE appointed TNS to provide access to trading functionality and market data information via its fully managed Secure Trading Network. TNS’ Secure Trading Network connects over 1,800+ financial community end-points, representing buy and sell-side institutions, market data and software vendors, exchanges and alternative trading venues. It boasts over 125 points of presence and provides services to customers across America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, with its reach extending to many more.


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