Exactpro delivers test strategy recommendations for HKEX
March 12, 2019

Exactpro, a provider of quality assurance (QA) services for market infrastructures, reports this morning that a team of its QA consultants has completed a review of testing processes for the NextGen Post-Trade Programme that is underway at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) and delivered a set of test strategy recommendations for Phase 1 of the programme.

Exactpro says the NextGen Post Trade Programme will help strengthen HKEX's competitive advantages amid a rapidly changing business, technology and regulatory environment. With this programme, HKEX is undertaking a comprehensive upgrade of its post-trade infrastructure across all of its business processes and systems.

The revitalization of HKEX post-trade infrastructure is a multi-year programme and will be delivered in phases, it adds. Phase 1 includes the implementation of a multi-asset single risk engine for the securities market, a data warehouse and business intelligence tools. 

"Thorough testing is important for a smooth launch of our new platform," said Christian Sjoberg, HKEX Managing Director and Head of Platform Development.





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Exactpro, a provider of quality assurance (QA) services for market infrastructures, reports this morning that a team of its QA consultants has completed a review of testing processes for the NextGen Post-Trade Programme that is underway at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) and delivered a set of test strategy recommendations for Phase 1 of the programme.

Exactpro says the NextGen Post Trade Programme will help strengthen HKEX's competitive advantages amid a rapidly changing business, technology and regulatory environment. With this programme, HKEX is undertaking a comprehensive upgrade of its post-trade infrastructure across all of its business processes and systems.

The revitalization of HKEX post-trade infrastructure is a multi-year programme and will be delivered in phases, it adds. Phase 1 includes the implementation of a multi-asset single risk engine for the securities market, a data warehouse and business intelligence tools. 

"Thorough testing is important for a smooth launch of our new platform," said Christian Sjoberg, HKEX Managing Director and Head of Platform Development.



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