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Appleby welcomes World Federation of Exchanges

Appleby Bermuda offices on Victoria Street, Hamilton (Photograph by David Fox)

The Bermuda law firm Appleby, sponsors of the 62nd World Federation of Exchanges annual meeting, said it was an honour that Bermuda was to host the event this month.

The firm, together with its specialist trust and corporate services provider, Appleby Global Services, are gold sponsors of the conference which begins on Tuesday at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club.

Brad Adderley, Appleby managing partner in Bermuda, and Tim Faries, chief executive officer of Appleby Global Services, said: “We welcome leaders of global exchanges and regulatory authorities to our island home where we can share what makes Bermuda one of the world’s leading financial centres and the risk capital of the world.

“We are pleased to sponsor this important event and look forward to discussing ideas and opportunities for the exchange industry and financial services globally.”

The invitation-only event gathers the heads of exchanges and central counterparties for the largest and most important gathering of market infrastructure leaders to think, engage, listen and speak to stakeholders.

The WFE is the global industry association for exchanges and clearing houses around the world and represent more than 250 market-infrastructures ranging from those that operate the largest financial centres to those that run frontier markets.

The WFE exchanges, together with other exchanges feeding into their database, are home to more than 50,000 listed companies, with market capitalisation of more than $100 trillion.

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Published September 13, 2023 at 3:54 pm (Updated September 13, 2023 at 9:21 pm)

Appleby welcomes World Federation of Exchanges

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