Observations & Insight The FT warns advertisers after discovering high levels of domain spoofing Jessica Davies – Digiday The Financial Times has investigated the scale of domain spoofing occurring against its site, and has been shocked by the results. The publisher has found display ads against inventory masquerading as FT.com on 10 separate ad exchanges and video ads on 15 exchanges, even though the FT doesn’t even sell video ads programmatically, with 300 accounts selling inventory purporting to be the FT’s. The scale of the fraud uncovered is vast — the equivalent of one month’s supply of bona fide FT.com…
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John Lothian Newsletter: Tokyo, Osaka Bourses Merge as Japan Exchange Group; Collateral clawback fears leave US pension funds unable to clear; Europe, Asia banks join U.S. in swap dealer line-up John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter
Without fanfare, the stock exchanges in Tokyo and Osaka complete their merger and turn their collective eye toward TOCOM. New FCM-clawback provisions are leaving some pension funds out in the cold as clearing clients, amid fears that collateral posted by funds could disappear in an FCM collapse. Dozens of banks in the US, Europe and Asia sign on as registered U.S. swap dealers
John Lothian Newsletter: NYSE Euronext Explores Adding Partners To Amex Joint Venture; Private equity profits called into question; Osaka to delay key futures contract launch John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter
NYSE Euronext is considering a plan to add more equity partners to its Amex stock exchange. Studies, news and books are pointing out that returns from private equity organizations have done a great job of rewarding the PE managers, but not so much the investors. Japan’s OSE slows down plans to release a new futures contract; bad news for an exchange that is seeing dwindling volume.