The Competition Commission of India approves a merger between two stock exchanges (BSE/USE)

Background This case involved a merger between two very unequal entities. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is Asia’s oldest stock exchange, providing a full spectrum of stock exchange services: trading platforms for equities, debt instruments, equity derivatives, currency derivatives, interest rate derivatives, and mutual funds. It also provides, through various affiliates, services such as clearing, settlement, depository and index services (including India’s widely-watched ‘Sensex’ index of share prices of large companies). The United Stock Exchange (USE), on the other hand, had a presence only in the currency derivatives (CD)

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Aditya Bhattacharjea, The Competition Commission of India approves a merger between two stock exchanges (BSE/USE), 30 July 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2014, Art. N° 68912

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