In early 2020, we announced that TMX Group had adopted Lexum’s solutions to improve online access to its public resources. This initiative was initially designed to promote documents helping issuers maintain their listing on the TSX, including the TSX Company Manual that was made available through Qweri, but also staff notices, forms, notices of approval and requests for comment made available using Decisia.
In the weeks that followed, TMX Group also extended this approach to the Rules of the Montreal Exchange. The mode of deployment of Qweri made it possible to apply the visual identity shared by the entire group to the rules of this distinct market, although its website is hosted under an independent domain name.
Over the last few days, the Rules of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC) have been added to the documentation made available by TMX Group through Qweri. CDCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Montréal Exchange, acts as the central clearing counterparty for exchange-traded derivative products in Canada and for a growing range of customized financial instruments. CDCC’s role is to ensure the integrity and stability of the markets that it supports.
As with the rules applicable to the TSX and the Montreal Exchange, the CDCC rules now benefit from an advanced interactive online interface sharing the group’s visual identity through its own dedicated website.