Fintech products for global markets – MillenniumIT evolves to LSEG Technology
MillenniumIT, a part of London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) today announced the transition of the organisation’s name to LSEG Technology. As a leading global financial technology provider, LSEG Technology is committed to offering world-class solutions through its array of products to a portfolio of financial market customers around the world.
Nigel Cairns, General Manager of LSEG Technology said, “In a rapidly evolving marketplace, it is vital that we shape our products to deliver to the needs of our customers. With our decades of experience in the financial technology industry, we have adapted to the changes in the market to remain a leading fintech provider. Our commitment to working with our customers drives us to deliver the best solutions. As LSEG Technology, we will continue to build innovative, efficient, robust technology solutions that support their goals.”
LSEG Technology’s mission critical systems process over a billion transactions per day processing over €1 trillion of transaction value. The organisation supports over 40 financial market infrastructure and financial services firms across the world. Through its innovative, agile, product-focussed methodologies and global market infrastructure products, the company is well positioned for further growth.
LSEG Technology remains committed to be an organisation that thrives on diversity and building talent. This has been a critical factor in the organisation’s success to date and LSEG Technology will continue to leverage its power as being an equal opportunity employer to attract and global leading workforce.
Giving a fresh impetus to longstanding and growing bilateral ties with the United Kingdom, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe inaugurated the trading of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), one of the world’s oldest, which has a growing investment in Sri Lanka.
The symbolic yet significant start of trading was ahead of the Invest Sri Lanka Investor forum organised by the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and also hosted at the LSE and attended by over 100 fund managers and investors.