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Our Partners

Eurex contributes technology and expertise while our members benefit from more diverse trading opportunities, greater liquidity and the safety and efficiency of our global clearing presence. Following are Eurex Group Partner Relationships:


Global Markets Exchange Group (GMEX)

From 7 August 2015 Eurex and GMEX will jointly launch a EUR-denominated IRS Constant Maturity Future (CMF) – an innovative solution that brings the benefits of futures trading closer to OTC products, while delivering the efficiencies of centralized order execution, standardized central clearing and effective hedging of interest rate exposure.

The product trades on GMEX's platform. Each trade is then transferred through Eurex Trade Entry Services to be cleared by Eurex Clearing.

GMEX Group stakeholders include Deutsche Börse AG.

Vienna Stock Exchange

In April 2010, Vienna Stock Exchange migrated its trading system for the derivatives market from NASDAQ-OMX's OM-Click to the Eurex® trading system. Most of Wiener Börse's derivatives market participants were already using the Eurex infrastructure to trade derivatives on the Eurex marketplace. This partnership is yielding increased liquidity for all market participants.

Trading members of the Austrian derivatives market will have access to a much larger group of potential general clearing providers. In addition, participants are able to use the Eurex Exchange infrastructure to trade on Wiener Börse's derivatives market without any significant technical investment.

Irish Stock Exchange

Eurex Clearing is the clearing house for the Irish Stock Exchange Xetra® orderbook suite of products traded on the Irish Stock Exchange.

Helsinki Exchanges Group Ltd (HEX)

Eurex Exchange and the former Helsinki Exchanges Group Ltd. (HEX) initially partnered in 1999 to set up a strategic derivatives market alliance.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE)

In December 2013 the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) and Eurex Exchange have signed a cooperation agreement. Under the agreement, Eurex Exchange will list and clear index futures based on the TA-25 index, Israel’s blue chip index and one of the most heavily traded regional equity indexes. Eurex’s TA-25 index futures will be denominated in US dollars.

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

In March 2013 Eurex Group and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)  have extended their strategic partnership. The BSE has in 2013 replaced their previous system with our trading architecture T7.

Eurex Exchange has launched futures and options on the Indian Blue-chip index SENSEX in October 2010. The index reflects the daily price development of the 30 largest and most actively traded companies, listed at the Bombay Stock Exchange.

By introducing futures and options on this prominent benchmark, Eurex Group is advancing efforts in the Asia-Pacific region by creating trading opportunities for customers seeking access to this fast-growing emerging economy. Eurex Group's parent - Deutsche Börse AG - currently holds a 5 percent stake in the BSE.

Korea Exchange (KRX)

In August 2010, Eurex Group launched a partnership with the Korea Exchange (KRX), providing Eurex Exchange members and their customers with access to trading and hedging opportunities in KOSPI 200 Options - the most heavily traded options contract worldwide

By introducing 24-hour trading and clearing of KOSPI 200 Options, Eurex Group advanced its efforts in the Asia-Pacific region by creating trading opportunities for customers seeking access to this fast-growing emerging economy.

In June 2016 the Korean Won denominated EURO STOXX 50 Futures was listed on Korea Exchange. EURO STOXX 50 Futures is the first listed derivative product based on a foreign equity index and builds a foundation for Korea Exchange to position itself as an Asian financial hub. This creates a favorable environment for domestic investors to trade foreign derivatives by reducing transaction costs and foreign exchange risk.



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