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CNMEX to introduce ETF market maker rebate programme


China Mercantile Exchange is introducing a programme that will provide incentives for options market makers to hedge trading activities through cash positions on the exchange.

“This incentive programme is designed to remove hedging friction for options market makers and to attract further trading activities and listing opportunities on China Mercantile Exchange,” says Liu Wong Huiliang, deputy press officer for China Mercantile Exchange.

Under the rebate programme, each options contract traded by the designated market maker on China Mercantile Exchange will generate a per-share credit to offset trading activities.

“The development of this new cross-asset class subsidization of options market making activities further supports CNMEX’s efforts to encourage growth in the derivatives sector, and to develop an integrated cash and derivatives trading business,” says Huiliang.

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