According to IFC website, IFC will help establish core market infrastructure in the FICC markets that should result in enhanced transparency through faster price discovery and increasing interconnectivity between buy-side and sell-side market participants. Sumscope is raising equity capital to further develop its business.
The project will assist in improving secondary market liquidity in the bond and broader fixed income market and thereby provide financial institutions with greater access to the markets. It will also provide value to the development of the interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives market, which will result in reducing volatility. A more developed fixed income market can activate savings, enhance competition with bank-based and other types of finance for non-financial corporates, and provide long-term financing.
Sumscope is a private company founded by Frank Wang in 2010. The Company has so far received funding from private equity capital firms and angel investors. Most of the existing shares are owned by the founder/CEO and other key management.
Ningbo Sumscope Information Technology Co., Ltd
Marvin Ma, Head of Strategy and Operations
Telephone No.: 0086 (21) 6020-3269
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16F, Building 2, Lujiazui Century Financial Plaza, No. 759 Yanggao Road(S), Pudong, Shanghai, China 200127
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