Qatar Exchange joins BT community
Doha, November 15, 2011
BT, a leading provider of communications services and solutions, said Qatar Exchange has become the latest in the Middle East region to join its Radianz community.
The others in the Middle East include Dubai Financial Market, Nasdaq Dubai, The Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange and the Egyptian Exchange, all of which will create opportunities for increased international investor activity.
BT said as per the deal Qatar Exchange’s market data feeds will be accessible by the BT Radianz Cloud community of banks, brokers and investment managers.
It is aimed at providing investors globally with fast, neutral, cost-effective and secure access to information about investment opportunities in the Middle East, said a senior official.
"We chose to be part of the BT Radianz community because of its unparalleled global reach and neutrality," remarked Andre Went, CEO of Qatar Exchange.
"By joining this community of over 15,000 member sites, Qatar Exchange can now offer investors fast and secure access to information about the high-growth Qatar market," he added.
Andy Nicholson, president, global banking & financial markets, BT, said Qatar was a rapidly-growing economy, which makes it of great interest to international investors and analysts.
"Having Qatar Exchange join our expansive global community is another step in our wider effort to connect to all the key Middle Eastern exchanges. This move also further underscores our commitment to providing services across the emerging markets," he added.-TradeArabia News Service